Posted in A moms opinion, Aislyn, How do we homeschool...., Iraina, Jude

How do I school 3 kids at the same time?

With the kids extra murals, I often get into conversations with people about which school they go to and what grade they’re in. The moment I answer with homeschooling, a whole string of very similar questions follows. This is one of the main ones, and I figured, HEY! It’s Wednesday so why not make a little vid to show you a tiny snip out of our day. 

Hope you like it

How I homeschool 3 little people

Just after we finished the vid, the two little ones joined us in the room 

Too cute how they play together


I'm a woman finding my way through life as the wife of Tim, the mom to 3 growing kids and trying to maintain some sort of self through it all. I hope you enjoy reading how I journey with my troops through this thing we call life.

6 thoughts on “How do I school 3 kids at the same time?

    1. It’s honestly not as daunting as it seems. I remember feeling that way when we were talking about applying for nursery schools with our first. If you’re able to be home and your heart is drawn to it-find a community online and you’ll be surprised at how much easier it’ll sound 👍🏽


  1. What Homeschool curricula do you use? We’re in South Korea and have been using the ACE curriculum. I find that it doesn’t have enough depth. Also we want our kids schooled in more SA history than American. Do you have any links favourite websites that you resource your materials from

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    1. Hi. We have been using Sonlight (which is an American based Curriculum) when it has become a bit too American focused I get the kids to read stuff from the library and rather have a broader understanding of the world. We skipped the American History core and studied various important people across history that made an impact to various parts of life.
      I plan on getting them to do a more in depth “African” history when my son is old enough to enjoy it with us. Plus I don’t want to solely focus in on just South African but rather “southern African” as I’m personally from Zimbabwe and would like them have that history incorporated as well as transfer to a Cambridge approach (possibly with Love to Learn around Grade 9/10)
      With that said – there is a curriculum here in SA that has South Africa as their focus. Footprints of our Land (

      If you want to chat some more – pop me an email and I can give you more info if this wasn’t the right thing for you 💜


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