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Homeschooling Moms HELPING Homeschooling Moms is a new ‘arm’ to UCHU and to the homeschooling community.
Read a brief description of what Homeschooling Moms HELPING Homeschooling Moms is all about down below in this blog post.
To learn more go to…….
To read the write up on HMHHM…..
Go to www.UCHUpstate.com >>>>> UCHU email support group>>>> Homeschooling Moms HELPING Homeschooling Moms.
To see the list of HMHHM list of Helpings Moms …..
Go to www.UCHUpstate.com >>>UCHU email support group>>>Homeschooling Moms HELPING Homeschooling Moms>>>Homeschooling Moms Helpers List
In order to see the list you must either be a member of UCHU or a homeschooling family. If you are not a member of UCHU you must provide the name of your accountability association in order to receive the password to the list of helping homeschooling moms. :)
We all have been there and understand how challenging homeschooing can be.
We all know what it’s like to have NO ONE to go to for help or guidance.
Now…….there is no excuse to remain:
STRESSED, HOPELESS, SCARED, UNCERTAIN, ALONE, FRUSTRATED, DEFEATED, BLAH, READY TO GIVE-UP or UNSUCCESSFUL!!
Homeschooling Moms HELPING Homeschooling Moms is now here. :)
We have a list of Moms and a short bio of themselves and their homeschooling journey within http://www.UCHUpstate.com. (see above directions) They offer themselves, their services, their time, their words of encouragement, their years of knowledge to HELP as they can, with the knowledge they know.
These helping Homeschooling Moms have no other agenda but to hold a hand if needed; pray if asked; give some guidance if accepted; affirm your decision if necessary; and root you onward if warranted! :)
Homeschooling Moms HELPING Homeschooling Moms will not:
*talk you out of your curriculum that you have chosen
*talk down to you
*enforce that you do homeschooling their way
*encourage you to change your style of homeschooling to another style of homeschooling
*allow you to remain isolated
*help you homeschool your children
*allow you to call them all day, every day with suggestions every hour :)
Homeschooling Moms HELPING Homeshooling Moms WILL:
*Provide ‘suggestions’ for curriculum
*Ask to see your daily routine
*Will hold your hand
* Will pray with you
*Will lovingly and kindly hear you out and learn your heartbeat for homeschooling and help you get to your destination as BEST they can
Homeschooling Moms HELPING Homeschooling Moms are willing:
*to talk with you by phone
*chat with you by email
*chat with you by skype or google hangeouts
*meet with you in person
Homeschooling Moms HELPING Homeschooling Moms will plan to have workshops for Homeschooling Moms who would like to have short meetings of guidance. Stay tuned for that.
Please see the list and pray for who you feel that you should contact.
Do not be shy. Do not be prideful. Do not wait until it’s to late. Do not talk yourself out of using this service of HELP! Do not quit homeschooling :)
Questions…..please contact Angela P. firstname.lastname@example.org
Blessings for the journey!!
We all need help at one time or another. :) The thing is that we have to seek it out and utilize it!!
Homeschooling Moms HELPING Homeschooling Moms!!
Who says that homeschooling has to be expensive :p
Stay tuned for a lots of freebies coming your way. :)
(Click on the blue link below to go to the website)
10-Free Handwriting Worksheets <<<<<<<<<<< click on the link
One vital part to homeschooling is being administratively ‘on top’ of things while homeschooling.
In our state if you homeschool under Option 3 we must:
*keep a portfolio of our children’s work
*decide a plan of action for courses/classes for our children through high school
*keep progress reports
*give and administer grades (if we want)
*arrange for testing of various sorts (if we want)
*transcripts, report cards (if we want)
*and the list continues.
Well, I have provided a lot of help in that area.
Have you looked under the tab ‘Homeschool Resources?’
If not, there you will find resources that are developing and that is there to help in each subject matter.
However, there is one tab that says “Homeschool Forms.”
There you will find:
*attendance record forms
*4-year plan forms (for high school aged)
*Sample course description forms and blank course description forms
*Course listing ideas
Keep checking back as I am continually adding things to this list to help you stay on top of things administratively within your homeschool. :)
If you are looking for something specific please let me know. I may have it but just not posted it yet. :)
These are helpful tools and “not MUST haves” to use because I posted them. You may have created some your own that you’d like to share with the homeschooling community. I’d be more than happy to post those resources for you. :)
Mommas (and Daddys),
I’m sure that each of us can share being frustrated enough to where we’ve spoken harsh words while schooling our children. Or have been agitated enough to snap at our kids (family) with unkind words. Or heated enough to where we released words that we wish we could take back throughout the homeschooling day.
True? Do you agree?
I know each of us can testify to this fact as truth.
I have no advice to give about this ‘disease of the mouth’ and of the heart :) other than sharing and reminding myself of what the Lord speaks to us from His Word regarding this reality.
“But no one can tame the tongue; it is a restless evil and full of deadly poison. With it we bless our Lord and Father, and with it we curse men, who have been made in the likeness of God;…”
I know that that truth seems pretty hopeless.
We just can’t tame our tongues.
Scripture also teaches those who believe, follow and obey Scripture that…..
“He who restrains his words has knowledge, And he who has a cool spirit is a man of understanding. Even a fool, when he keeps silent, is considered wise; When he closes his lips, he is considered prudent.”
How about if we keep reading the verse that follow.
“A fool always loses his temper, But a wise man holds it back.”
I guess the reality is that we ‘at that moment when we decide to speak harsh, in agitation, anger’ we are acting like fools. But when we choose to hold back those words……we are being wise.
Yikes…..I don’t like that. :(
I know my family and I have been talking about the ‘face’ of wisdom. The last few nights during our family worship time. We have been discussing the ways of gaining wisdom.
It’s only a result of the work of God.
We can’t work hard enough or find ways to become wise. We can work hard to have common sense.
But wisdom is something that only comes from the Lord. We read that a few nights ago from Ecclesiastes. (See Ecclesiastes 7:23)
Seeking Him. Having a ‘holy’ fear of Him.
The focus Scripture we had was from Ecclesiastes 7:9 “Do not be quickly provoked in your spirit, for anger resides in the lap of fools.”
We had great discussion about that.
Well, as we start our year in homeschooling I simply wanted to take this time to exhort us in this area.
Be wise…..hold our tongues.
Ask the Lord for wisdom to do so.
Let’s remember the power we have in our tongues.
It’s a small member of our body but can do great harm.
Blessings for the journey!
“Our first week of homeschool was amazing!! There were a couple of days that was a little bit of a struggle but I have enjoyed every minute of teaching my daughter! I’ve wanted to homeschool her ever since the day I found out I was pregnant with her and started 4K with her has been exciting to her as well as myself! I’m so thankful to have found this group so that we can participate in field trips, clubs etc! I’m also thankful God has allowed me to teach my daughter and given me the most amazing desire to do so as well! ” Stacy M.
Please share your story! Send your story both good or bad and pictures if you have them.
You never know who you may encourage on their journey!
It just depends on whose WORDS you listen to and take to heart :p
Especially if this is your first week back to homeschooling!!!