As they get older, it is wise to include our teens in the homeschool high school planning process. They deserve a say in what they do, especially since we want them to become more independent in preparation for college.
In this episode we discuss all the areas that the teen can give input, as well as what to do when they’re not giving you much of anything. LOL.
Always remember the bigger picture, which is that the relationship trumps all. But for the specifics of how to make that happen when planning high school, listen to the episode!
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Episode 61: How to Involve Your Teen in the Homeschool High School Planning Process