10 Helpful Homeschool YouTube Videos
Have you ever watched homeschool Youtube videos? There are so many hard-working, talented homeschooling parents out there sharing their sage advice, encouragement, and practical tips for homeschooling.
That’s why today we wanted to share 10 videos we think would be helpful for any homeschooling parents who want to improve their routines or parents who are thinking about making the switch to homeschooling.
Here are 10 helpful homeschool YouTube videos you should definitely add to your watchlist.
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10 Steps to Start Homeschooling – Life of Tillmans
Are you looking to make the switch to homeschooling? Don’t know where to start?
Morgan breaks down how you can make the transition from school outside the home to homeschooling.
Her tips are practical and helpful, and she breaks down the steps for moving forward with homeschooling in an easy-to-execute manner.
Homeschooling Styles and Methods – Calm in the Chaos
When you initially start homeschooling (or even when you’re a seasoned homeschooler looking for a change), knowing the different styles and methods of homeschooling can be super helpful.
Knowing whether a traditional, classical, Charlotte Mason-inspired, etc. method works best for your family can be super helpful in directing you toward curriculum and even how to schedule your homeschool time.
Calm in the Chaos provides a brief overview of eight different styles of homeschooling styles, providing a great starting place for figuring out what style you most align with.
Creating a Loop Schedule – The Eclectic Homeschooler
Do you struggle to fit everything into your homeschool day? Creating a loop schedule may be the solution you’re seeking!
Erin of The Eclectic Homeschooler shares the concept of a loop schedule for morning time, how to implement it, and provides a personal example of how she utilizes a loop schedule.
This video is so helpful in taking loop scheduling from a theoretical idea that could be helpful to walk you through this process of how to make it work successfully for your family.
Help for Struggling Readers – The Homeschool Convert
This next one is a personal plug – don’t mind if I do – but, believe me, it’s far more about the resources I’m sharing than it is about me!
When my daughter, Kennedy, was struggling with reading skills, I went on the hunt for resources that would be helpful for her and that would build decoding and fluency skills. I found several resources that proved incredibly helpful and included them in a video about resources for struggling readers.
If you are teaching a child who is struggling with reading, definitely check out some of the awesome resources mentioned in the video!
Homeschooling Portfolio Tips – Living With Eve
If you live in a state that requires you to keep portfolios for your students’ homeschool year, Leilani has some great tips for you!
She brings experience not only as a long-time homeschool mom, but she is also as a former public and private school teacher and a current homeschool evaluator for the state of Florida.
In this video, she shares lots of practical tips for how to put together a homeschool portfolio.
How to Get it All Done Without Overwhelm – Plan Prep Pray
Wendi of Plan Prep Pray has the natural gift of encouragement.
As homeschooling parents, we juggle so much – raising and educating children, maintaining our homes, running errands, and sometimes even outside jobs on top of all our home life responsibilities.
Wendi shares both practical tips as well as encouragement that speak to the hearts of homeschooling parents in this video.
How to Work While Homeschooling – Joyful Noise Learning
Are you juggling working while also homeschooling your kids?
In this video, Ashley is candid about the struggles she’s had as she juggled these responsibilities and shares tips for how to make it manageable.
If you’re feeling burnout rising, watch this video for some insight on how you can both work and homeschool simultaneously.
There may be challenges, but you can adapt and make it work!
Creating a Vision Statement for Your Homeschool – Intentional Homeschooling
Do you have a homeschool vision statement?
If you haven’t tried creating one for your family, it can help gain clarity and focus as you make intentional choices for your homeschool.
Chantel explains the meaning of a homeschool vision statement, shares how she came up with her family’s vision statement and then breaks down how you can write your own.
Homeschooling with a Baby in the House – Rooted in Rest
Are you a parent who is homeschooling older children while you have a baby in the house?
Abby is a homeschool mom to five children with lots of experience under her belt.
In this video, she shares her tips for how she manages her homeschool while also caring for the littlest one in her abode.
Tips for Homeschooling Multiple Ages – Pennies and Salt
Are you homeschooling multiple kids that fall into multiple grade levels?
Megan is a homeschool mom to six children, so she knows what a balancing act that can be!
She shares several very helpful tips that practically address how to homeschool children of multiple ages. She’s also sweet as pie!
Which video are you most excited to watch? Let us know in the comments below!
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