Why do bad school days always have to happen when my husband is home and listening? We can have a hundred great days in a row, then he'll sit in on one lesson and it's pure hell. I feel like he must think that C isn't learning anything and I'm the worst teacher ever! I feel like I'm getting less and less homeschooling support from him because of it.
I'm not sure what to do about this. We've taken a lot more unschooling method this year, with a lot of free time and reading heavy (focusing on comprehension and fact recall after reading), and of course, math. I feel like he doesn't believe me when I tell him about successful days. I don't know how to show him everything she learned.
How do you get support? DH was only half supportive of homeschooling in the first place. He would rather seems kids to public school with "paid" teachers — even though I have my master's in teaching.