Disaster Day? Start Here!

Linked below are a few articles from Guilt-Free Homeschooling that will help you identify what went wrong and provide coping strategies so you can avoid similar problems in the future. These are not all of the articles that may apply to your unique situation, so please browse through our Titles Index and Topical Index for any other articles that may interest you. Articles are listed here in alphabetical order for ease of reference — feel free to read them in any order.

21 Things That Can Slow Homeschooling Progress
Am I Doing Enough?
Bottom 10 worst Parts of Homeschooling
Common Mistakes Made by New Homeschoolers
Do the Best Job You Can, and Pray for God to Clean Up the Rest
Guilt-Free Homeschooling Means Freedom
Homeschooling Failures I Have Known — and What Can Be Learned from Them
Homeschooling Is Hard Work
Looking Back on the Bad Days
Read-Aloud Disruptions
Redeeming a Disaster Day
Reminding Myself of My Ultimate Goal
Reschedule, Refocus, Regroup
So You Think You’re Not Smart Enough to Homeschool?
Surviving the First Year of Homeschooling After Leaving Public School
Surviving the Mid-Year Slump
Teaching with Preschoolers Around… and Under.. and on Top… and Beside
Top 10 Benefits of Homeschooling with Grace
Top 10 Signs You’re Doing a good Job as a Homeschooling Parent
Top 10 Things I Wish I’d Known When I Began Homeschooling
Troublesome Students
What Didn’t Work for Today Can Be Changed for Tomorrow
What Made This a “Bad” Homeschool Day?
Your Children Will Not Always Be Like This

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