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Keen to create a homeschooling lifestyle that energises and fulfils you?
Don’t have an education degree? Don’t worry. You don’t need one to teach your own children.
You just need love, commitment, and perseverance. And you have that, right?
We don’t have to wait until it’s on the curriculum (if it ever is). We can come up with truly individualised programs. We can cater to learning differences and special needs without waiting for funding or staff. Bullying is rarely an issue when parents are there to guide children.
But it’s not all about the academic side – homeschooling is the only way you can provide a holistic education. It provides the time and shared activities that bring your family closer. Parents and children having close, respectful relationships and siblings being best friends are completely normal in homeschooling families. And trust me, socialisation is really NOT an issue.
Homeschooling is amazing, and I’d love to help you find your amazingness. Start with my free resources below.
Homeschooling Styles Masterclass
I’ll walk you through the main points of the 8 most popular homeschooling styles and how you can use multiple styles to create an interesting, varied, and effective education for your child
The Ultimate Guide to Homeschooling in Australia
All you need to know about homeschooling in Australia, including how to register, homeschooling facts and figures, and socialisation and homeschool support groups.
Read online or grab the free PDF!
How I Taught my Five Kids to Read
Terrified by the idea of teaching your kids to read? It’s really not that hard – and if I managed it, you can too. This is how I did it.
Includes a HUGE free learn-to-read download with post content, list of fun + free reading activities, and our favourite read-alouds
Hi, I'm Kelly
I’ve homeschooled my five children from the start – through the toddler and teen stages, Australian and world travel, depression and family issues, and the complexity of special needs.
I love it. And since 2016 I’ve been helping parents just like you love homeschooling too.
Yes, it IS possible to actually enjoy homeschooling. And I can teach you how.
Ready for significant change?
I’ve helped hundreds of homeschoolers take the step-by-step action they need to create a truly personalised and effective homeschool.
Homeschooling doesn’t have to be overwhelming, infuriating, or tedious – promise. I can help you find your way, whether you’re just starting out or you’re stuck in a homeschooling rut.
Easy and Fun Science Experiments for Kids
Science experiments have provided some of the most memorable times we've had while homeschooling! Kids can't resist the mysterious interactions of everyday substances that produce foaming, colour changing, and other interesting changes. Neither can adults (yes,...
Help! My husband doesn’t want to homeschool!
“I really want to homeschool, but my husband just isn’t interested. He thinks our children are going to school, and that’s it. I think homeschooling would be best for us, and I really want to do it, but I don’t want to fight about such a huge issue. How do I...
Homeschool Schedule Strategy – be flexible AND productive
One of the hardest things to do as a homeschooler is to create a realistic homeschool schedule. How do you make sure all the important things get done, while still leaving the time and space needed for creativity? How do you keep motivated while also keeping flexible?...
The Continuum of Homeschooling Styles
This post is part of the Ultimate Guide to Homeschooling Styles series - view the entire series here So many homeschooling styles - how do you decide which one to use? How do you even COMPARE them when they're all so different?! One way is...
How the Start Homeschooling Summit improved our homeschool – instantly
The last few weeks have been more than a little insane here! For those of you who missed it, I’ve been running the Start Homeschooling Summit. Coordinating 34 workshops from 28 presenters across 4 continents and many more timezones was a bit of a juggling act! But...
How to use lists in your homeschool
Lists are the only way I keep track of anything. To-do lists, meal lists, to-buy lists, wishlists – if it’s not on the list it really doesn’t get done. So it makes sense that lists are invaluable in our homeschool, too. We use lists to keep track of what we’ve done,...
Homeschooling with Depression – my story, and tips to help you cope
Homeschooling without depression is like a bushwalk that's a little beyond your fitness level. It's hard. At some points you want to quit, but the regular glimpses of beauty are reward enough to keep plodding along. Homeschooling with depression is like...
Homeschoolers aren’t always at home – a homeschooling day in the life
Today, Rex has his yearly hearing test. He's moderately deaf and has been wearing hearing aids since he was two. A paediatric audiologist is only available in our regional centre, so we decide to make a day of it, as family, and a do a few things we can't do day to...
5 ways to build your homeschooling confidence
It’s no good looking all calm and serene in the face of criticism if you then go home and collapse into a snivelling heap, all confidence destroyed, convinced you’re setting your children up for a lifetime of failure. Here’s how to build your homeschooling confidence...