Homeschooling when you have toddlers and preschoolers in the house is possible. It may seem like a circus most days since it can be quite the juggling act.
It’s easy to have the thought that “they will just play while we homeschool.”
Sometimes this is true. Toddlers and preschoolers can go through spurts when they are quite contented to play by themselves or with each other.
The problem is….
…it usually doesn’t stay that way.
Life happens in seasons. You may have a new baby that gets thrown into the mix. Maybe your toddlers’ previous playmate is doing school now, and they find themselves with no one to play with.
It’s a whole lot easier to homeschool when you have little children around if you are prepared.
Keep your little ones occupied so you can get school done.
1. Have a schedule.
2. Give them individual time first
3. Change rooms.
4. Change Activities.
5. Activity books
6. Messy Activities
8. Homeschool Outside
9. Older children teach younger children
Homeschooling with little ones
What activities do your little ones like to do during school?
Theresa is a homeschooling mom of 7. An entrepreneur at heart, I started working from home while balancing the responsibilities of homeschooling. My mission is to help other large families moms balance their responsibilities while also living a life they love.