Homeschooling can be tough, but the days are also filled with hilarious moments. These funny homeschool memes perfectly capture the messy days and the tender moments of homeschooling your children. So take a break, laugh and enjoy these hilarious homeschooling memes!
Laughing is good for the soul!
These memes perfectly capture the hilarious moments of homeschooling. If you’re a homeschooler, you know that every day is a new adventure.
And these memes will make you feel like you’re not alone in this crazy journey (especially the school memes we all went through during the pandemic).
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You might be a homeschooler if…birthdays are school holidays.
(At least in my house they are!)
My kids’ new teacher is so awesome. I should really get her something nice…
Homeschooling parents needs to be treated well…add to cart.
Homeschooling: come the zombie apocalypse, the kids in public schools will wish somebody had taught them melee weapons fighting and small unit tactics.
The best way to survive a zombie apocalypse is through homeschooling. You can even use it as an opportunity to teach your children about the world.
Online classes…time online that you hope is educational.
When homeschoolers make fun of homeschoolers versus when anyone else makes fun of homeschoolers.
(This meme is absolutely hilarious!)
Hey friend, if you’ve been feeling stressed, frustrated, or needing a little encouragement in your homeschool journey, you need to take some time for yourself to read these Bible verses for homeschool moms. You’ll find 72+ Bible verses to encourage and acknowledge your feelings and need to depend on the Lord. As we teach our children, we can find strength and encouragement from these scriptures. You can read these Bible verses for homeschool moms here.
It is no longer a question of if you will be designated as an independent student, but when. The year 2020 saw the tipping point for families and now homeschooling is becoming more popular than ever.
If you need an easy way to teach the alphabet to your preschooler. You’ll find fun activity ideas like alphabet songs, games, and books into your child’s learning routine and an alphabet curriculum your child will love. Start teaching abcs.
And you know their mother will make these children use their own homeschool art supplies (like the fun ones on this list) to make their nametags.
Let’s see…my child spoke with the librarian, their siblings, the volunteers at the nature reserve, the children at the homeschool co-op…yup, no socialization going on at all.
I don’t think I can wait for recess to start. The phone call for mom means that it’s time, and once we get outside all bets are off!
If you need a quick minute on the phone or to yourself, then this free 35+ page fruit of the spirit printable is a must!
You’ll find lesson ideas for patience, joy, kindness, and other fruits of the Spirit. Give your children some quiet time each day to learn about these Christian virtues.
Do home school parent-teacher conferences schedule their meetings?
Practice makes perfect! A fire drill is the best way to be prepared for anything.
Just think, if you had never practiced your family’s favorite evacuation song or taken time out from work on an actual situation where everyone needed their attention now then who knows what could’ve happened?
Were you a Heads Up, 7 Up player in school?
It’s been so long since I’ve played, but I remember this was my elementary school teacher’s go-to game (no prep needed) when she needed the class to settle down.
Doesn’t every mother say this about her child? (ha ha)!
The best way to get your child excited about STEM is by getting them involved in activities that spark their creativity and keep the learning process interesting.
The future of history lessons in 2020 will concern toilet paper.
The future of history is going to be interesting, with toilet paper taking over as the main topic.
The time when everyone felt like nothing will ever be normal again. Who knew so much could happen in such a short time?!
Homeschooling is hard.
Maybe you’re debating about homeschool vs. public school and somedays you might feel like you’re not sure how much more of the chaos you can take.
Homeschooling was supposed to be hard because you’re changing your child’s life (for the better). But before you give up on homeschooling, give up on your approach first.
You shouldn’t be recreating the classroom experience (that’s not what homeschooling is about). But you can teach to his interests and let them lead in their learning.
This homeschool lesson planner is a HUGE help in our home.
It’s okay to feel like you’re the oldest one in the class. That’s how you start to learn again.
This funny meme reminds us that kids love to be the center of attention, and it’s not hard for them.
They’re always in front or up right next you so their voice will carry over anything!
I thought my boys were the only one who did this with their curriculum.
You have to share this meme with your bestie if you’ve both taught Honors Laundry or AP Vacuuming to your kids (I know mine are graduates of these classes).
This homeschool joke never gets old.
Definitely a parent-teacher conference.
Only $45?! At least the picture’s are taken and done in less than ten minutes!
And just like that, when mom gets stressed, she can say some pretty mean things.
It’s important to note that chemistry has a lot of different aspects. You can have the lab sciences, or you can have the social science aspect or even what some people like to call “bartending”.
FACT: It only takes a couple of hours each day to complete schoolwork at home.
REALITY: Some kids can drag out 2 math problems for at least 8 hours.
Not your average substitute teacher.
Life with kids is like a roller coaster.
I’m not sure about you, but I think babysitting your grandparent’s grandchild is a different kind of experience.
It’s been proven that homeschooled children tend to perform better than students who attend public schools.
You CAN homeschool your child. It’s all about the resources you use and the curriculums your child loves learning from.
You don’t need to be a rocket scientist or an expert teacher to homeschool. You just need the right attitude, some materials and great resources!
It’s no surprise homeschooling can be stressful, but you shouldn’t let that stop you from taking control of your child’s education.
You will experience the best moments of your child’s life and the most stressful as well. But it’s in those moments of stress that the beautiful moments of learning and growth are found.
Parents will also solve world hunger. They will find a way to get things done!
Just this morning I was thinking “I hope dad is homeschooling the kids. They need to learn more than just math and science.”
What’s a great way to remember your homework? If you don’t have any, then there is no homework to forget!
I had one child in virtual learning when schools first shut down because of the coronavirus. My heart went out to the teachers and students because this experience was such a learning curve for everyone.
Needless to say, I’m glad we were using BARK on her computer to monitor her screen time and online useage.
This is my children’s favorite part of homeschool
As a homeschooling parent, I prefer to wear my pajamas when working. In fact, I think wearing your pajamas is the best way to work at home!
Every parent who has thought about homeschooling their child has heard this argument.
There’s a myth that homeschoolers don’t have any friends.
This argument is such a lie! My children socialize more now that they’re homeschooled than they did in the public school system!
There’s ballet classes, BMX racing, church, library visits, grocery shopping…and let’s not mention youth groups, writing pen pals, visiting grandparents, or hanging out with friends.
So, do they socialize? Yes, yes homeschoolers are professionals when it comes to socialization.
You can do college early when you homeschool. In fact, it’s not uncommon to have a middle schooler or high schooler taking college courses.
It’s amazing what your children can learn and accomplish in just 3 hours.
Everyone’s a student now!
Parents homeschooling for corona are about to find out that it wasn’t the teachers.
Homeschooling might not be for everyone.
Still, we can all agree that despite the ups and downs of homeschooling our children need the best education possible and this means making sacrifices to invest in their future success, education, and critical thinking.
Parents preparing for the new school year, “I have no idea what’s going on.”
Being a parent makes you qualified for everything…quilting, plumbing, car repair, and now homeschooling!
“Schedules stress me out. We will survive one minute at a time.”
On a more serious note, with a bit of planning, you can create a homeschool schedule that will help your child learn more effectively. By creating a plan and sticking to it, you can ensure that your child hits all the key learning points for their grade level.
Homeschooling is like a box of chocolates. You never know what you gonna get.
We’re having Spirit Week at home since there’s no school for the kids. Today, we’re kicking it off with “Meltdown Monday.”
Tuesday will be “Why are you breathing down my neck Tuesday.”
Wednesday will be “Snapping at the kids Wednesday.”
Thursday is “I just need to get through Thursday” day.
Friday will be called “Thank God its Friday” day. I think we’re gonna have a lot of fun!
Day two of quarantined homeschool and I’m already wondering when Teacher Appreciation Day is…
If you’ve ever participated in a Zoom meeting with kids, you know that they can be absolutely hilarious.
From the kids who show everyone around their house to the child who forgets to mute their mic, there’s never a dull moment.
Moms often start the day feeling like Mary Poppins and end the day feeling like Cruella deVil.
But all good intentions, right?!
One of the best things about homeschooling is that you never know what’s going to happen.
It can be a total mess one day and the next day you’ll find yourself in tears. But that’s just part of the journey, and I wouldn’t trade it for anything.
Homeschooling moms would have a greeting more like…
“Hello fellow homeschooling mom! I just wanted to drop you a quick note to say welcome to the wonderful world of homeschooling! It’s been an amazing journey for me and I’m sure it will be for you too. If you ever need any advice or just someone to chat with, don’t hesitate to reach out to me. I’d be more than happy to help in any way I can.”
“My face when a non-homeschooling mom says she’s tired.”
When it comes to moms being tired, whether you homeschool or not, tired is tired. There’s no competition. We’re all trying to do our best for our family.
Homeschooling: what society thinks I do, what my mom thinks I do, what I think I do, and what I really do.
Alexa, homeschool the children.
Homeschool project: Match the lids.
Have my child learn life skills such as organization, while learning about geometry with shapes? Yes please!
Homeschooling lessons aren’t always purely academic.
Often times helping our children learn through real life experiences helps them well into their adult years.
Even the family’s dog got in on the homeschooling action. (But in all seriousness, our kids would be grounded and be giving the dog a bath if they did something like this).
“Feeling guilty about your kids watching too much tv? Just mute it and put the subtitles on. Boom! Now they’re reading.”
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How some moms homeschool versus how I homeschool…somedays can feel like both days all wrapped up into one.
For the homeschooling children who didn’t have school canceled due to the coronavirus…
In all seriousness though, studies are coming out this year about students who stayed through the public school system during the pandemic. Their test scores are significantly lower.
You and your children will reap the benefits of homeschooling if you are able to make it work for your family.
Well, that’s an interesting question…usually when a homeschooling child is asked what grade they’re in, the answer comes as no surprise. “I’m not quite sure because I’m in all of them.”
Even though these funny memes give us a laugh through our homeschooling journey, the beautiful thing about homeschooling is your child isn’t held back by “grade levels”.
Homeschooling is a great way to provide your child with an individualized education. Your homeschooled student can learn at their own pace and never be held back by grade levels,
What’s not to love about friends? Homeschoolers have a diverse group of people who they can talk freely with, without any judgement.
Stay home sick from school: same room.
And the best part is, you can keep their books where they are because when a child feels better – whether it’s after an illness or injury-they’ll be ready to learn again.
If homeschoolers went to public school for a week: but what about second breakfast?
And just like that you know the difference between a public student and homeschooling child’s eating habits.
And just like that, nobody ever asked a stay-at-home mom what she does all day ever again.
Perception of homeschool moms last week versus perfection of homeschool moms now.
There’s a lot that goes into homeschooling.
When the coronavirus has parents teaching math and their child says, “That’s not how my teacher shows us.” Math is math!
I wonder if children will do the same thing to their teachers when everyone’s back in the classroom. “That’s not how my mom/dad shows us.”
Homeschooling is not for the weak. No, seriously, it takes major biceps to haul all those bags of library books. Consult a physician before you begin.
And just like that, a library becomes a homeschooling moms favorite place in the world.
The smell of new books, the feel of pages between your fingertips. This is a library in its purest form-a gathering place for readers and thinkers alike!
When you overhear someone making a stereotypical joke about homeschooling.
The pandemic has shown us that these jokes happen more than we think. And thanks to it, people are starting realize the impact of what they’re saying and doing!
Homeschool Moms: Those crazy chicks that get excited for their kids to stay home! Yay!
And in truth, homeschool moms can sometimes seem like they’re off their rockers, but in reality these crazy chicks are some of the most caring people you’ll meet!
I mean, mom bought a world map and some new pjs. So, I guess you could say this homeschool thing is getting pretty serious.
And this is how you know homeschooling just became serious business.
Homeschool truth #674: The next time someone asks about “socialization,” remember: if we can get along with the family, we can get along with anyone.
The anatomy of a homeschooler.
I feel like library books doesn’t have enough representation and unfinished math books needs to be higher.
And yes, I’ve never met a homeschooling parent who hasn’t had an overdue library book (or two, or ten).
Homeschool problem #638,292,828: When you say you’re homeschooled and the first image that pops into people’s minds are that you live on a farm 120 miles away from the nearest Walmart.
I sent my son next door with luggage, they called and asked why. I said, “Foreign exchange student.” Homeschool: level pro.
Homeschooling has its perks (and so do understanding neighbors).
When a public schooler uses “homeschooler” as an insult. You keep using that word. I don’t think it means what you think it means.
If you’re a homeschooling mom, you know that it can be tough. But it’s also filled with hilarious moments. These funny homeschool memes perfectly capture the messy days and the tender moments of homeschooling your children.
We hope you were able to take a well deserved break, laughed, and enjoyed these hilarious homeschooling memes!
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Micah Klug is a wife, homeschooling mother to five children, and author. She teaches time-tested solutions to help parents remember what matters most in life, including strengthening their home, faith, and family relationships. To learn how a child who grew up in an authoritarian home is now creating an environment of peace and joy in her own home visit this page. If you want to contact Micah, send her an email here or email [email protected]