It's been said that it takes ten years to become a professional at something. In that case, I'm a professional homeschooler.
It's easy to tell people that I was homeschooled for ten years, and slightly less easy to tell people that I started in kindergarten, skipped seventh grade because I was bored, and went to a private school for ninth and tenth grade. Nevertheless, I intimately know the ins and outs of doing school at home. Online classes are right up my alley. Educational games are my forte.
However, I'm fully aware that they're not everyone's forte.
I also know that actually educating a child is one of the hardest jobs in the universe. (Well, at least being in charge of a dozen smartphone-addicted middle schoolers is one of the hardest jobs in the universe.) But if Laura Ingalls Wilder was able to manage a classroom at sixteen, I figured I was able to do it at eighteen. And you're able to do it, too.
And, just to help you a bit, I've compiled a new eBook for the emergency homeschooler.
Yep. I wrote y'all a book.
It's a short book, but it covers a lot. I talk about making and maintaining a schedule, which is arguably the hardest part of homeschooling. I talk about academics, extracurriculars, and educational games that you might even convince Dad to play. And best of all, I provide a plethora of links to extra resources in the back.
It's everything you need to get your child through quarantine for only ninety-nine cents.
If Amazon would have let me distribute the book for free, I would have. My goal with this book isn't to make money (although money would be nice). I just want to give a helping hand to a lot of moms and dads who are out of their elements.
Be the first to Buy it here, or get it free with Kindle Unlimited. And be sure to
M. J. Piazza is a Jesus-loving, dog-walking country girl who just so happens to write books.