"I am so glad I found your website. I am planning to homeschool my 15 year old son, while working and going to school partime, and I am a bit nervous. He needs supervision to get his stuff done. Do you have any suggestions as to how I can motivate him to be more of a self learning when I am not here? I have The Robinson Curriculum, as well as a ton of good books, we are planning the year together. I am making him a part of the planning process so that he knows what is expected and where he is going. He is bright at math and science. I have a teen daughter going to the public school, she is doing great there. I have two older daughters who are out of the house now. I used to homeschool everyone from the beginning, but they went to public schools. I pulled him out a couple years ago, but I just want to make sure we do High School "right". Thank you." --Alisha
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If you have students that like to use a more textbook-centered approach, like I did, then you'll find that this is a good curriculum for your family. The problem becomes what to do with Saxon Advanced Math on your homeschool transcript. For those of you who don't know, my sons both loved the Saxon math curriculum, and used it against my better
It can happen overnight. One day, your child is pleasant, cooperative, and enthusiastic about learning. The next day, well, not so much. It can happen to boys and girls. It's common, but that doesn't make it easier for parents to deal with. What do you do with a child who will only do the bare minimum, and really isn't interested