Mom shares hilarious note from son on her homeschooling skills

‘It is not going good’: Mom shares hilarious note from her eight-year-old son criticizing her homeschooling skills during coronavirus lockdown

  • A mom-of-three from Kentucky received a damning report from her son who’s 8 
  • Candice Hunter Kennedy began homeschooling her kids earlier this week
  • Her son, Ben, wrote in his journal that things were ‘not going good’
  • The mother has since received thousands of messages of support online
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The kids may been off just a couple of days but the verdict is already out on one mom who had been trying to homeschool her son.

Candice Hunter Kennedy, from Verona, Kentucky, who describes herself as a stay-at-home parent posted a snapshot of a journal written by her eight-year-old son, Ben who appeared to critique his mom’s teaching style.  

‘Y’all I’m dying!!! This is Ben’s journal entry from Monday about our first ‘homed school’ day’, Candice wrote. 

Candice Hunter Kennedy, from Verona, Kentucky, who describes herself as a stay-at-home parent posted a snapshot of a journal written by her eight-year-old son, Ben

Ben’s journal appeared to critique his mom’s teaching style declaring ‘It is not going good.’

Ben’s school report on his mother-turned-teacher didn’t mince words.

‘It is not going good. Mum mom’s getting stressed out. My mom is really getting confused. We took a break so my mom can figure this stuff out and I’m telling you it is not going good.’

Candice added a couple of hashtags to her post which suggests things are not quite as bad as Ben is making out.

‘#imgettinthehangofitnow #maybe #kidsseeeverything #8yearoldcalledmeout.’

Candice’s posting has been posted more than 250,000 times with many other parents voicing their support for her new found teaching roll.

‘Dont give up! We grow and learn with our kids. We have all been there. 3 of my kids homeschool now. We all made it!’ wrote one supportive mother.

‘Great penmanship! Punctuation is on point and spelling is good! I am impressed. Mom, give yourself a break. I teach fifth grade and I feel like I am good at what I do! HOWEVER, I am now having to be my 13 year old’s teacher, and it is not the same! Lol,’ wrote another. 

Ben, left, and Emily, right stand with their younger brother in a family photo posted online

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