What important skills does your child need to be learning?

You want to nurture your child’s love of learning while making sure they don’t fall behind. Wouldn’t it be nice to have a checklist that tells you what to cover but gives you the flexibility to teach it your way.

Get the Homeschool Skills Checklist and feel confident that you’re covering all the important skills your child needs to be successful.

Inside this free guide, you'll find:

Is this guide for you?

We analyzed surveys from homeschoolers around the world to learn exactly what you need in order to feel successful and confident in teaching your child. Does this sound familiar?

So how do you know what to teach and when to teach it without sacrificing your child’s love of learning or putting their passions on the back burner?

Our free guide gives you something to follow that tells you what to cover, but it gives you the flexibility to teach it your way and follow your child’s lead.

"What I really liked about the checklist is that you start from birth on up on what to expect. My little ones are 2 and 5 and I just started homeschooling this past year so it's nice to see where they are at. I really found the pre reading skills helpful, to know what to work on with my 5 year old to prep him to read in the future."
Homeschooling Mom of 2

Who's Amanda?

Who's Amanda?

Single Mom | Homeschooler | Education Specialist

As a former elementary school teacher, Amanda has spent her whole life learning about education. Weirdly enough, it’s one of her most cherished hobbies. 

Amanda is passionate about education and developmentally appropriate practices. She is dedicated to helping parents understand the REAL developmentally appropriate standards that their children should be meeting in each grade level.

Amanda is a supporter of delayed academics, child-led learning, and open-ended learning experiences. She strives to help parents feel confident in their educational choices while also making it fun for both the child and parent.

Stop worrying and FINALLY have the confidence to teach your child without sacrificing their love of learning.