How long does homeschooling actually take? Do I really have time to home educate my kids? Here’s a real-life look at a Muslim Homeschool schedule…

When considering homeschooling, as parents we worry that we will have to fill so many hours of the day teaching our children. Homeschooling is not school, we are not replicating a school at home! The beauty of homeschooling is that we do not need to start at 9 am and finish at 3 pm.

Muslim Homeschool schedule

In Episode 47 of the Raising Mums podcast, I share how much time homeschooling really takes!


Real-life Muslim Homeschool Schedule

Homeschooling doesn’t take as long as learning in school because:

  • You’re working one-on-one, can tailor the learning to the child and can move through the material faster
  • There is no time wasted with classroom management tasks
  • Homeschooling will probably only take a few hours per child each day, depending upon their age
  • You can homeschool at whatever time suits your family’s routine

Related: Homeschool Planning – How to Get Ready for Monday Morning!

How to Start the Homeschooling Course

Launch Your Homeschool is an online course that will you hold your hand and walk you through the beginning stages of homeschooling, built upon the framework of the Charlotte Mason philosophy.

Muslim Homeschool schedule

I teach you how to choose the right subjects for your homeschool, how to choose the right resources and plan out your year to create a homeschool experience that aligns with the values and beliefs of your family.

I show you the essential teaching techniques that you’ll need to now to get started. There’s even an entire module on how to manage your time so you can still cook, keep the house tidy and take care of yourself, all whilst homeschooling your children!


Launch Your Homeschool is open for enrolment between 5th-11th July 2021.

 For More Information – CLICK HERE

Peace and Love,

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