The WHOLE Homeschool Part 1

You want your homeschooling efforts to be successful, really successful. You want your children to have a happy, healthy childhood, to earn a great education and to grow up to superb adults. And you're putting in so much energy, effort and attention because you so desperately want them to succeed. Way to go!
In order to dramatically increase our probability of success as homeschooling parents, and to keep our children from becoming part of the massive 'failure to launch' epidemic, we have to carefully consider and work on the WHOLE homeschool. It's not just about the curriculum, or the charts, or the systems, or the routines. It's all of that and much more. If we neglect to carefully manage and direct each important piece of the WHOLE homeschool, we risk the success of our entire homeschooling experience. Come learn what you HAVE to pay attention to (and what many homeschools are missing) and the simple steps to make sure your WHOLE homeschool is succeeding!

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More about Greg:

Greg Denning

Greg Denning was out on his own at the age of sixteen. The following years were tough, with hard life lessons about what matters and what doesn't, and how to create a life worth living. With grit and a clear vision of the life he wanted to build, Greg was able to graduate college, serve a mission for his church and marry the woman of his dreams. Together they have six incredible children, whom they homeschool and have traveled with to seventeen countries (and counting); worked with leprosy affected in India; started a non-profit organization teaching self-reliance principles in Guatemala; explored beaches and ruins in Mexico and Central America; and driven overland from Alaska to Panama. The Dennings are always on the lookout for a new escapade, are incredibly passionate about education and believe raising a family is the greatest adventure in the world. They currently live in Germany, and are enroute to Morroco. http://gregdenning.com

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Nancy F says

Good stuff- thank you! Are the charts and systems really free? It says $27 when I click the link. Thanks!

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    Jen says

    Oh, the free trial ended a while ago. Sorry about that. I’ll update the post. Thank you.

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