Have you thought about homeschooling your children? Homeschooling isn’t for every family and, within families, it isn’t for every child either. However, you may find that homeschooling is right for you and your family.
Your average classroom has as many as thirty students, sometimes more. Normally speaking there is only one teacher. The teacher is not there to educate your children in Christianity or other religion. The teacher is there to teach what is on the tests the children will be taking.
If your child does not grasp what is taught the first time it is taught, your child may miss the whole concept and be left behind. You may find that homeschooling adds to your life recipe.
If either spouse works from home, homeschooling may be perfect for you. The one parent can facilitate the teaching while working on their other work.
If you have any questions about homeschooling, they may be answered in the following books:
Is Homeschooling (or is it Home Schooling?) Right for You? by Suzanne G. and David E. McClendon.
Whether you decide to homeschool or not, remember that everything can be used as an opportunity to teach your child something. You can teach your child math and budgeting during a trip to the grocery store. You can teach your child all sorts of things (good or bad) while driving places.
Please be advised that all the information in this course is provided to educate, enlighten, and broaden your views in life. The information provided is not a substitute for medical, legal, dietary, financial/accounting, or religious professionals. Always consult a professional before you act on any of the information you find in this course.