But it can be REALLY overwhelming when trying to work out just how, exactly, you're meant to pull off this impressive homeschool ideal. You know it probably won't look much like school - but just what are you meant to do instead?
Does this sound familiar?
Learning what you need to do can be easier than actually doing it. But Zero to Homeschool makes it easy to do it! Each week contains tasks and challenges where you'll implement what you've learned. You'll slowly but surely make meaningful changes that improve your homeschool immediately, and that over time will lead you to the homeschooling outcomes you want (and Zero to Homeschool will even show you how to define those outcomes!).
Plus, there's a private Facebook community where we'll all work at keeping each other accountable, brainstorming solutions to problems, and celebrating successes. I'm active at least once a day, five days a week, to help you out and cheer you on.
Finally, you'll ALWAYS have access to the course and the group. You can revisit either any time you feel you need to make improvements, change your approach, or simply ask a friendly and knowledgeable group of people for some quick tips.
What participants are saying about Zero to Homeschool
Zero to Homeschool provided the perfect framework to analyse what I was currently doing. It provided just the right support for me to discover my own insights that I needed to make the changes that were long overdue. I started the course feeling foggy and clueless about what I needed to change, and left feeling confident and clear about the right direction for my family.
I have a child with special needs and I knew that homeschooling was the best option for her. Zero to Homeschool gave me the confidence and the knowledge I needed to move forward with my decision. Kelly shares honestly, from the heart, her own experience with homeschooling a child with special needs. Her first-hand experience was invaluable to me and worth every cent. Rae Dawson.