Now that the decision is all set up and you and your kids are preparing for this new chapter in your lives, the next thing to think about is how or where to get ideas and resources to help your kids’ studies.
Here are some tips to know where and how to get those resources to keep your homeschool going:
Get in touch with the state homeschooling organization.
These organizations, also called homeschooling organizations, are there to help those who are new to homeschooling. They should be able to connect you with other coops and groups in the area who may have other resources.
Make use of the internet.
You can use the keywords “homeschooling resources” to generate results which can be very helpful to you. But make sure that you only access the internet whenever the kids are not around or are already sleeping so that you can focus on doing your research.
Ask the city librarian.
Befriend the city librarian. Leverage the librarian’s expertise and let him or her recommend and show you good books to read.
Check out Yahoo, Google and even Facebook groups.
Social media can be a very great tool when it comes to finding great resources. Many make use of the technology for them to be known and also to help others. All you have to do is patiently look for the proper groups that will give you what you need. Joining those groups are free so you do not have to worry.