Aishwarya Patel, Author at Homeschool Base

About Aishwarya Patel

I am an Indian immigrant to the United States. I am so happy to have been given the opportunity to do some guest writing. I dream of having my own blog, but I don't have the time or expertise to start one at this moment. The biggest challenges for me have been ensuring that my children grow up understanding their cultural heritage. It is also a challenge to homeschool as an immigrant for the purposes of language.

11 Time Management Tips for Busy Moms

Posted in Lifestyle on February 7, 2017

Time management tips for busy moms

Moms. We're the busiest people in the world. We never stop working. Even at home (especially when toddlers are running around). Juggling chores, errands, homeschooling, cooking, and the kids is impossible for anyone except an experienced homeschool mom. Not all moms can just "do it." We've all struggled with handling everything at once. It is Read More »

The Most Outrageous Things People Say To Homeschool Moms About Their Kids

Posted in Homeschooling on December 6, 2016

I'm a member of a few great Facebook groups for homeschooling. Not only are they entertaining, but they are a great place to crowd source feedback about curriculum, problems, and life advice. They are also amazing places to find a good laugh! The other day I read a post that said this: My father in law Read More »

Free HS Resources

Posted in Homeschooling on May 30, 2014

The content goes here. To introduce some stuff. You definitely want to sort this content because it will be information overload if you don't. Specify a Subject (optional) Show AllMathScienceHistoryEnglishLanguageBibleReligionTechElectiveArtTest Prep Specify a Grade (optional) All GradesPreschoolElementaryMiddleHighCollege Prep

Homeschooling in Florida

Posted in Just Starting Out on March 22, 2013

Are you looking for homeschooling options in Florida? Do you know about legal requirement for homeschooling in Florida? Always start by reviewing the local homeschool laws in Florida. Go straight to your local school boards and local homeschool groups. Laws change, and websites are often outdated. This way you will have the right information about Read More »