Deschooling is an amazing process that can help your kids and use make a successful transition from public school to homeschool life.
Learn more about this process and how you can use these recommended resources and support to empower your deschooling time.
This post is the third in Rock Your Homeschool’s deschooling series. Find out more about how to make deschooling work for you in Deschooling: A Powerful Way That New Homeschoolers Can Thrive. Get 8 helpful deschooling tips to help new homeschool families.
Making a Smooth Transition to Homeschooling
I hope this series has provided you with information that will help you in your decision-making process as a new homeschool family. If you’re considering homeschooling, I pray that you’ve learned some tips and been encouraged to know that you can do this!
Got more questions about the deschooling process? Wonder how to plan for a positive transition from public school?
Your questions indicate that you’re truly thinking about your transition from public school to homeschooling and its potential to help your family.
Let’s see if some of those questions can be answered here before I share amazing resources and support for families interested in making a positive transition from public (or private) school to a homeschool lifestyle:
You may feel overwhelmed with information, supplies, and shifting your mindset. If that’s the case, I encourage you to check out our mindset series with tips, ideas, and resources.
If I missed a question that you have about deschooling, please ask it in the comments below or email me at [email protected] 🙂
Recommended Deschooling Resources & Support
Here are some outstanding sites with articles and resources that can help you learn even more about deschooling:
Deschooling 101: For a Peaceful Transition from Public School to Homeschool >>> Resource straight from Rock Your Homeschool! Get our guide, videos, & printables that contains our story + leads you through creating a custom deschooling plan that will work for your family.
How to Know If You Can Benefit From Deschooling: Another RYHS resource! Use the free printable checklist to see if the deschooling process could help your family. You may be surprised by some of the benefits that this experience could have for you and your kids.
8 Helpful Deschooling Tips for New Homeschool Families: These tips and tricks are invaluable when you start a period of deschool time. You can benefit if your new homeschoolers or if your current homeschooling lifestyle could use a reset.
Rock Your Homeschool Facebook group: Like to find and share support in a Facebook group? Come over and join my Rock Your Homeschool! Facebook group where you’ll find a lovely group of homeschool moms who love to share encouragement, support, and resources. It’s a safe space to ask questions and chat with homeschoolers who get what you’re going through (or have #beentheredonethat).
The Homeschool Mom: Amazing series on deschooling, with tips for kids and parents.
AtoZHomeschooling: Shares helpful deschooling resources and tips.
Homeschooling Ideas: Includes great ideas for activities and resources to help your transition from public school.
The Truth About Deschooling That Will Blow Your Mind (Educated Adventures): Helpful article that differentiates unschooling from deschooling, as well as provides tips for a successful deschooling process.
Deschooling: What Is It And Do I Need To Do It? (Hip Homeschool Moms): Great encouragement for your transition from public school to homeschooling!
What deschooling resources and support would you add to this list? Don’t forget to leave any questions that you have in the comments below, too!