3.“What do you do when you have a young teen that has put up a wall in relation to the parents: not cooperating and can’t be motivated. They won’t
share what their thoughts or desires are?”
time. They are growing and changing.
• Have them take an outside or on-line learning course where they are
• Give them a responsibility that they
• Pursue Godly mentors and spiri-tual;opportunities.;Invite;their;Godly
hardened, then show them kindness.
It’s kindness that;leads to repentance.
with them,;for;them, and;over them.
4.“What are some practical ways of organizing paperwork, and keep- ing track of schedules and events?
What works for you?”
to ask about organization. But I was
article;titled,;Record Keeping: The Cure
for Homeschool Dementia;explains;what
found;I;was;a;“tubby”:;“There are parents
who keep records in a giant plastic tub . . .
In that tub they keep all their records from
all of their children, and it’s a perfectly
acceptable method of record keeping.” She
For scheduling, our children have
each had their own check-off list for
each week. The list includes boxes
for each subject and every chore that
Name and Grade Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Drama Art Co-op Field;Trip
Figure 1 - Sample Checklist