Fall in New England is glamorous. Colorful leaves, crisp air, apple and pumpkin picking with the slight premonition that a cold, dark winter is just ahead. And this year, for us, outdoor homeschooling.
The pandemic couldn’t impact those things in the outdoors—for us or our children.
Like fall in New England, there was much beauty in the fall homeschooling experience for our pod of seven children, but there were also challenges—from the parent perspective.
As we parents navigated the journey, one of the parents in the pod said continually, “If the kids can figure it out, so can we.”