I feel like this alot so you are not alone. I try to plan things out but am bad at planning; I try to keep track at least on a weekly basis of what we covered and then sometimes that helps because it adds up over time even if, on a daily basis, doesn't feel like we covered a lot.
That is totally normal. I administer a test at home to see if there are any areas that need worked on. I know that I've done my job after I get the results from DD's annual testing. Just think about the public school and you'll feel better instantly.
I always feel like I'm not doing enough. However, my child (who has LD) has advanced THREE grade levels in math and 1-2 in LA and reading per the standardized test we took recently. This is our first year homeschooling. I'm excited about the future!
I plan my units based on my states standards and i dont move on till weve mastered a concept so I'm pretty confident with everything
Quoting DG123:I always feel like I'm not doing enough. However, my child (who has LD) has advanced THREE grade levels in math and 1-2 in LA and reading per the standardized test we took recently. This is our first year homeschooling. I'm excited about the future!
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I think I am always worried I missed **something** LOL If I think we slacked off in spelling, I work hard on that and then feel like I should be doing more Science. I do more of that and then feel like I need more Art. On and on and on and on...
I am always thinking about that. Sometimes it seems that they can't remember anything. But then they surprise me and tell their father something I taught them and I didn't think they remembered it. They are learning and maybe at that moment it doesn't seem like they "get it" but they do, it just has to sink in and it comes out at times when you don't expect.
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