In This Episode
Rachel shares how she went on a journey to help homeschool families achieve a well-rounded homeschool after feeling the need to incorporate more music and other enrichment into her homeschool. She faced challenges finding suitable materials and juggling activities outside of the home that wouldn’t cause a lot of schedule conflicts with the individual members of her family. Therefore, she decided to create a program that includes art, music, physical education, and STEM. The Hands-on Homeschool Virtual Co-op has aims to keep the learning fun, self-paced, and interactive without overwhelming stress or pressure for homeschooling families.
What Are We Talking About?
- How the arts can help children make connections between other subjects that they are learning.
- How kids learn by doing, so hands-on learning enables children to remember more of what they know.
- You need to know why every sport or activity doesn’t need to be performance-based for our children to reap the benefits.
- How hands on homeschool help children solve problems, build design skills, and helps them to fulfill the enrichment that many of us desire our children to have without the pressure of shuffling the kids around to practices and rehearsals, since they can learn from home at their own pace.
- Learn how homeschooling allows Rachel’s family to come together and experience more flexibility and freedom.
Rachel Figg is a homeschool mom of four. She is the creator of The Hands-on Homeschool Virtual Co-op- an online program that provides self-paced, done-for-you classes in the enrichment areas of Music, Art, STEM & PE. She is passionate about partnering with parents to provide the best, most well-rounded education possible to homeschooling families. Rachel and her husband Chris live with their four children in the upstate of South Carolina.
Connect With Rachel
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