Thinking about homeschooling your children?

 First, let me start off by saying that you are capable of doing this! There are several ways to homeschool (depending on your area) and you can tweak it as necessary to benefit your household - especially the "student". 

I homeschooled my children for a couple of years before they were placed back in public school, unfortunately. I am in no way an expert on this topic, but I have learned a lot along the way. Even if you are not homeschooling full-time it is important to supplement the material and continue the learning at home. I hope this helps you on your journey. 

First, there are several ways to homeschool; Traditional, classical, Charlotte mason, eclectic and unschooling are most common - if we need labels. The style most relatable in our home was/is eclectic. We took a lit bit of everything from everywhere and made it our own. 

For homeschool laws click here.

*In Oklahoma, there are no state requirements for you to report to anyone. I would advise that you keep records if you plan to place your child(ren) in public school at any time.*

Here are a couple links to get you started in Oklahoma.

Free & Inexpensive Educational Resources


Free classes for teens and adults in the Tulsa, Ok area -

Other resources to try out

Youtube, Pinterest, and your local library are also great resources to utilize. 


If you're needing more information regarding homeschool laws or would like a homeschool "coach" feel free to email me at and place homeschool in the subject line. I'd love to help!


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