Should You Homeschool?

A younger Lisa Nolan smiling holding her son--looking very curious--when he was a tot

The decision is huge and one of the most important you will ever make for your family! I created an affordable Montessori e-book PDF ($) for birth to age nine filled with real questions from real parents, out of the many email inquiries I have received over the past 15 years, including whether or not to Montessori homeschool. Want to see the TOC? Keep reading!

Table of Contents:  
  • Will it be hard to go from traditional schooling to Montessori-style homeschooling?
  • Question about homeschooling older children and an infant 
  • Question about Montessori schools and special needs 
  • Can you Montessori homeschool your older kids? 
  • Should you try Montessori homeschool and regular preschool? 
  • Whether or not to homeschool your children this year or place them in public school Socialization question regarding gifted preschooler 
  • Question about elementary Montessori homeschooling 
  • What is the time commitment for making some of the materials? 
  • What do you do if your children make no use of all the great Montessori materials? 
  • What are the criteria to be able to call a school “Montessori”? 
  • Should we keep our kids in Montessori school? 
  • Should children spend more time at home or at school? 
  • Will my child lose social skills if homeschooled? 
  • Should you take Montessori training? 
  • Can I homeschool using Montessori with little training? 
  • Teaching Montessori at home during the summer 
  • Montessori support groups, using Montessori albums 
  • Is it too late to start Montessori homeschool with a nine-year-old? 
  • If you Montessori homeschool will Montessori elementary schools accept your homeschooling as a proper prerequisite? 
  • Can Montessori elementary homeschooling be the best approach for an only child?

Have you already decided to homeschool? Need my now free Montessori homeschool lessons?

Photo of Lisa Nolan of Confessions of a Montessori Mom with her tween-age son by tree
They grow up so fast! (2017)

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