Both a schedule and routine in your homeschool are essential to building a lifestyle of learning. A schedule is a tool you use in your homeschool to keep everything on track and help you to tackle all the school subjects. A routine is something ingrained into the fabric of your family and may happen more naturally than you think. Both are critical to accomplish daily tasks. In this session, we discuss the difference between a schedule and routine, why both are necessary, and how you can use them to build a lifestyle of learning in your home.

Details About the Session

Wed, Jun 16, 2021 · 10:00 AM Mountain Time (US & Canada) (GMT -6:00)
Cost: Free
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About the Speakers

1621524701-98b3acfc6f7403c0 Deana Wood
Homeschool Veteran
Deana Wood has been married to Tim, a Children’s Pastor, for 17 years. She has four children ranging in age from 9 to 14 years old. She has been homeschooling for almost a decade, happily using Sonlight Curriculum for most of those years. Deana enjoys helping families explore educational options and most days, she can be found teaching at the local homeschool co-op or blogging on the Sonlight blog

1618944562-7b39ec4df2812ec9 Stephanie Rose
Community Manager
Judy Wnuk is a retired homeschool teacher of three amazing students. She spent 20+ years using literature-based learning with her own children and sharing it with families across the US and Canada through her work with Sonlight. She has a passion for encouraging parents, young and old, as they navigate the journey of raising their children. She and her husband of 36 years have enjoyed the privilege of facilitating marriage and parenting classes, and she likes nothing better than to mentor moms that God brings across her path.