Gathering this slowly evolving series into one post. There will be a permanent link on the right sidebar, and I will add new posts as I go. The "co-schooling" category will be another place to find them.
(1). What is co-schooling? The three R's are repeated, regular, and reciprocal.
(2). How co-schooling changes things. Some thoughts off the top of my head.
(3). Preschoolers tagging along. What we have ready for the small children.
(4). Teaching three readers at once. How Hannah runs phonics sessions for three emergent readers simultaneously.
(5). Greeting rituals. Possibly the most important part of the day is a cup of tea.
(6) Missed days. What do you do about the material you planned to cover when you can't get together?
(7) Toward a more independent lesson. In which I begin teaching the three oldest children how to independently read a chapter from a history book.
(8) Latin. How did I wind up teaching three kids a language I'd never learned? How do I manage?
Watching station for five. How I set up the computer in the schooling space so that up to five kids can watch a video using headphones while they wait their turn to be taught.
Co-schooling record sheet. How we keep track of what we all accomplish together.
Migraine edition. What happens when one of us (me) gets sick midday.