Cheryl Pitt has homeschooled for 14 years. She has 2 graduated students and 3 more still in school. She has dealt with children leaving private school and public school, as well as homeschooling from the very beginning. In spite of all that – or maybe because of it – she still loves and is passionate about homeschooling. She even started the 2:1 Conference to equip you with the tools and confidence needed to succeed in your blogging as well as homeschooling journeys.
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In this podcast Cheryl shares tips for handling those “ugly mom moments” when you just can’t take it anymore, an unusual way she dealt with helping teach a dyslexic student, many types of curriculum that she has used and loved, and more! I love that she encourages you to do what is right for your family; she believes that you should learn how your children learn and do what is best for them.
This post is linked up to the Resource Room link up on the 2:1 Network. You are welcome to link up homeschool information there as well.
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