So my dd is 4.5 and went to preschool in another state before we moved. Now we are on our own in a state where she is 'too young for preschool' and have no daycare assistance because the state here is pretty messed up (they expect you to have someone else watch your kid for a month before paying for daycare). Needless to say I have found a way to make a living with my kids with me and it rocks! I'm not really a WAHM because most of our work is done outside in parks or universities or other public areas. However I am with my kids all day and try to make it an interesting (and educational) experience for them.
I'm not really sure how to go about 'homeschooling' my dd but I have some pre-K workbooks and flash cards for her to play with while I am working. She spends about half her time tracing the letters and numbers in the work books and she copies what she sees on the cards with sidewalk chalk. I really like the idea of keeping her with me as much as I can and as long as I can but doubt I will be homeschooling full time since I plan on returning to school full time soon.
If you are a single mom and homeschool how do you manage it? Do any of you work at home (or work with your kids)? Is it possible to homeschool and work a regular job as a single mom?