What does homeschooling look like in your home??
In my home it looked like a boy reading a book and laying on a dog. Calm. Safe. Peaceful. Core literacy plus academics.
That's why homeschooling works.
Homeschooling is the best learning environment. Students are safe and secure so they can learn more instead of learning with fear. Students receive real world socialization, not just exposure to age-mates with a birthday within 6 months of their own.
Homeschoolers have the best test scores across the board, without regard to race, gender, income, or parents level of education. You can find statistics at NHERI.org.
Homeschooling provides the best career preparation. Within the context of a normal, natural homeschool, parents provide trial and error specialization to help children determine their career goals. Parents have plenty of time to shape and mold behavior appropriate for the workplace. And we create a strong work ethic through including chores around the house and approaching tough academic subjects with determination.
You can be CONFIDENT that homeschooling works.
If you are stressed out that your high school teen hasn't found a career interest yet, relax. Some kids decide on a career when they are very young, and others don't decide until much later. You can help with career assessment for your high school students - read my tips below!
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Electives are subjects your children do on their own and they aren't always something you assign. You'll learn how to put high school electives on your transcript. And, we'll go in depth on some frequently used electives so you can get some ideas and encouragement for electives in your own homeschool.
Electives are subjects your children do on their own, not something you assign.
Each month there are homeschool calendar reminders that will help you in your homeschool journey! Have you looked at the calendar for March? How are you doing?
Middle School: Get your homeschool high school started right. Keys to High School Success (Kindle Book)
Freshmen: Start your child's activity list now so when you get to their senior year, you won't forget