Advice for new homeschoolers: Interview with Lindsey Casselman

 Are you new to homeschooling and really want someone to talk to? Are you wondering how you are going to make it through this first year of homeschooling your kids?

This week on the podcast I chat with Lindsey Casselman of Linden Tree Learning. She shares some practical advice for new homeschoolers to ease the overwhelm.

 Listen to the podcast here:

Lindsey received a Bachelor of Arts from Brock University in St. Catharines, ON, followed by a Bachelor of Education from York University in Toronto, ON. At York she was accepted into the Urban Diversity Teacher’s Education program, which trains students to become teachers who emphasize equity, diversity, and social justice in their methodology.

Lindsey has two children and has been homeschooling them on their family hobby farm and honey bee apiary near Kingston, ON for the past 4 years.

Lindsey is very active in the homeschool community and enjoys planning events, organizing field trips, and creating homeschool content. She is passionate about helping people discover the joys of home education.

In this episode we talk about:

  • Advice for new homeschoolers
  • How to homeschool more than one child
  • Socialization
  • Getting housework accomplished
  • Ontario Curriculum for homeschoolers

Watch the podcast here:

Connect with Lindsey:

Linden Tree Learning

Homeschool Curriculum

COVID Homeschooling Ontario Facebook Group

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