About Homeschooling Your Child

In recent years, there have been many arguments for and against home schooling. For many, the advantages seem to outweigh the disadvantages and so, a lot of families are now choosing home schooling over the traditional schools.

Many families prefer home schooling because it offers a a diversity of choices in education. Instead of enrolling kids in a public school, many parents prefer home schooling because the learning environment in the public is not that conducive “educating” but instead, leans more towards “socializing”.  Experts who conducted studies claim that the children will learn better in a good environment surrounded by loved ones. In a traditional school environment, the very young may experience difficulties that can affect them socially, mentally, and academically. One big advantage of home schooling is that the children can learn based on their individual abilities and speed at which they can assimilate information.

As far as costs, home schooling expenses are almost the same as that of traditional schools. However, if you participate in the forums of the parents of home-schoolers, you will discover that there are ways to cut down the costs. Also, most states offer “public school” curriculum for homeschoolers and, this includes an expense account offering a set amount in which students can redeem school materials and supplies, at no cost to the family. This includes the use of a computer including internet access as well.  Of course, you may want to purchase resource materials and access to things outside the scope of what the states offers such as cultural events, public library activities, and physical fitness activities.

If finances are limited, you can also get cost-cutting ideas by joining home-schooling forums allowing you to connect with other home-schooling parents. The internet offers endless possibilities and with a bit of research, you can find ways to reduce costs and allows you to download plenty of learning material and worksheets at little or no cost.

So you see, home schooling can be a great option, especially if your child is still very young. It will all depend on you and your willingness or ability to dedicate time and effort to your child’s education. If done well, you may want to continue this their homeschooling education until they graduate.



How to Be Confident in Your Homeschooling

Homeschooling is becoming increasingly popular among American households. Many questions arise as they make the transition from regular education. Whenever I want to begin homeschooling my children, is that possible? Are the advantages of homeschooling greater than those of public school? Are colleges willing to accept pupils who have been homeschooled?

All of your questions about homeschooling will be answered in our comprehensive Welcome to Homeschooling Guide. Children and families are unique in their own ways. Your homeschool journey will be a success if you have a solid strategy in place and this guidance at hand.

Is This Guide for You?

New homeschoolers will benefit the most from this guide, but even seasoned homeschoolers can learn something from its advice
What can you expect to find in this manual?

New homeschoolers can find answers to many of the most frequently asked questions in our detailed guide. It was created by homeschoolers who understand what it’s like to be hesitant, confused, and overwhelmed.

What’s inside this guide?

How to Begin Homeschooling in 7 Steps
Homeschooling families’ stories and suggestions
Resources that can be helpful
FAQs about homeschooling