It’s back to school time, and all over the internet — in your Instagram feeds, on your favorite bloggers’ sites, and on Facebook — you’re faced with a peek into what everyone’s doing to get ready for back to school. And, while I always hesitate to share what we’ve got going on because it changes so rapidly, I’m asked again and again… so I’m sharing a glimpse into our current plans with you today.

I hope you’ll find some inspiration and maybe some new resources, but remember that the only expert on your homeschool is YOU. What works for you is RIGHT for you, and you don’t have to do everything someone else is doing. Let this be inspiration and permission to take what you need and make it yours.

Let’s do this, friend. Together.

 

RLL 25 Fall Plans for Eclectic Homeschooling

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Colleen Kessler

Colleen is an explorer, tinkerer, educator, writer, creator, and a passionate advocate for the needs of gifted and twice-exceptional children. She has a B.S. in elementary education, a M.Ed. in gifted studies, is a sought-after national speaker and educational consultant, and is the founder of the popular blog and podcast Raising Lifelong Learners, as well as Raising Poppies, a community of support for parents of gifted children. She lives in northeast Ohio with her four bright and quirky kiddos, patient husband, and ever-changing collection of small reptiles, mammals, and insects.

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