Category: French

Staying Organized for the Busy Mom

Disclaimer: This post may contain affiliate links. While purchasing from any of these links will not increase the price you pay, I do receive a small commission. For more information, please visit my Privacy Policy and Cookie Policy pages. I LOVE planners!   As a homeschooling mom with 4 young children, planners are a life saver. Literally. Between the appointments, activities schedule and to do list, there is so much going on any given day. Without some way to track it all, I can easily get lost. It is so difficult staying organized. But here's the problem. Planners are generic....Read More

Interview with the Mayor’s Office

Ah! The joys of French administration. In this post, I explained the legal requirements of homeschooling in France. After sending a letter of intent to the Mayor's office in the place of residence, they would then send a delegate every 2 years starting the first year of homeschooling. If you remember, they are to verify 3 things: reasons for homeschooling names and ages of children activities practiced outside of the home by the children And they are to visually verify the family's means to homeschool (designated learning area, books, papers, pens, etc.) These are basically for census purposes. It is...Read More
How to Homeschool in France

How to Homeschool in France

  There is a lot of information out there about how to homeschool in the United States. One of the best resources is the Home School Legal Defense Association (HSLDA) which has compiled all the legal information necessary to homeschool in each of the 50 states. There are also a large number of websites and blogs dedicated to homeschooling in the United States. But learning how to homeschool in France is much more difficult. The American sites have information about different styles, methods, curriculum, and resources. You can find tools to help you on your journey that are both paid...Read More