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Single-Parent Homeschooling

Vol. 115, Prg. 66–70
May 20–24, 2013


When you’re single with children, homeschooling can appear daunting. Single homeschooling mom Mary Jo Tate shares practical tips and advice to make home education a possibility for your family.

“If God has called you to homeschool your children, He will provide the strength, patience, grace, resources, and time to do it. Let your family and your life be a testimony of God’s faithfulness.” — Mary Jo Tate

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5/20  
You Can Homeschool!
5/21  
Achieving Balance
5/22  
Set for Success
5/23  
Avoiding Burnout
5/24  
Stand by Me
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Mary Jo Tate

Mary Jo Tate, author of Flourish: Balance for Homeschool Moms (coming from Apologia in 2013), is blessed with four wonderful sons and has been educating them at home since 1997. An international editor and book coach for over 25 years, she teaches homeschoolers, single moms, and work-at-home moms how to balance family life and home business and how to find peace in the space between the ideal and reality.

Mary Jo has a heart to help, encourage, and inspire other homeschoolers—especially single moms. She reminds them, “If God has called you to homeschool your children, He will provide the strength, patience, grace, resources, and time to do it.” For resources and encouragement for single parents, visit her website. You can get Mary Jo’s e-book, From Frazzled to Focused: 7 Planning Tools for Busy Moms, free here.

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Are you a mom who feels overwhelmed? Be sure to get a free copy of Mary Jo’s e-book, From Frazzled to Focused: 7 Planning Tools for Busy Moms, by visiting her website.

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