The decision to homeschool can be scary, exciting and liberating all at the same time. It’s such a wonderful journey, free from the constraints of mandated schedules, testing and “dump and drill” methodology.
There’s going to be a lot of trial and error along the way. Some days will be frustrating and other days will bring you so much joy! No matter whether you are experiencing the highs or lows, you’re not alone! With the right mindset and the right tribe, you can do this!
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Included in this article are some informative tips that will help any parent in getting started with the initial steps of homeschooling: including legal help for homeschoolers, information about Homeschool Support Groups by state, affordable curriculum suppliers, and everything needed to organize a homeschool record-keeping notebook.
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You've made the decision to homeschool. You've chosen your curriculum, you have a study area all set up ... now what? Don't fret - you've already done the hardest parts of it all. Now it's time to take a deep breath and dive right in. There are a few things you can do to make homeschooling a little easier, though. Tips for New Homeschoolers Take time to get acclimated. Like moving to a new
Deciding whether to homeschool or not is quite a challenge. Now that it has been decided, setting up a homeschool environment would be the next thing to think about. If you are having a hard time on deciding or thinking up of ways on how to do this, well, we have some tips here for you. Make Sure Everything Is Well Planned Ensure that all supplies and other things needed are within reach. You should
Homeschooling is not just about children learning; it’s also a learning experience for parents. Just getting started is often the hardest part, but there are everyday challenges to meet as well. Here are 5 tips to make getting started with homeschooling easier: Check the law. While it is legal to home educate your child in all 50 states, the particulars of the laws that govern homeschooling, subjects, hours, documentation, and registration vary from state to