How to Survive and Enjoy Homeschooling with Littles

Presented by: Melissa Coombs

I recently read this on someone’s blog about homeschooling with little ones: “It is indeed a wild, crazy ride, and one that stretches you to the limits of what you previously thought chaos could look like. But once you embrace the madness, you will love it.” This is so true! Do you worry about how to homeschool with a baby? Are you struggling to make it all work with a toddler? Come to this class and get some great ideas, strategies, and methods for the madness, and gain hope and a perspective that will help you create a fabulous homeschool experience for you and your children!


Melissa and her husband Shawn are the happy parents of five children. They began homeschooling many years ago when their oldest two were in the first and second grades. Melissa never dreamed of homeschooling and thought it was the craziest thing she ever heard of, until the Lord informed her that she needed to homeschool her own children! She reluctantly jumped in with both feet and quickly learned what a challenge home education could be, but how absolutely WONDERFUL it was! She also learned that four of her five children were dyslexic, and has become knowledgeable about dyslexia and how to face and overcome the challenges involved with it. Melissa has been a mentor and support to other moms who have children with learning disabilities. She now confidently says that homeschooling is the best thing she has ever done for her family, and is grateful for the countless blessings that have come from homeschooling her children.

Melissa is the author of The Hows and Whys of the Year Supply, and is passionate about food storage and preparedness and is a popular speaker on these subjects. Melissa and her family enjoy gardening and canning, and any outdoor activities, especially hiking, camping, canoeing, fishing, rappelling, snowboarding and boating. Melissa’s special love is raising chickens, and she currently has a large flock of beautiful laying hens.

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