I thought I would be done "advising" once they graduated high school. Initially, my goal was to get them to that point. I now realize this is when it really gets good. I love being the guard rail that keeps then on the path and out of the ditch!
And, you're right, no one else will know them or have their best interests at heart.
Actually I have misjudged a child's abilities a few times, but that's what bookshelves are for, LOL! We just came back to whatever it was later on when the child was ready.
If you're like me, you have seen a lot of headlines recently about how homeschool students have dominated national spelling and geography bees and have been awarded the best scholarships that our most elite universities have to offer.
Discover why homeschooling high school crushes all other school choices to produce the best educated, best equipped citizens … just when this country needs them
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Teaching homeschool high school literature is often a challenge for parents. It can be intimidating given that there are so many different kinds of literature and so many different ways to teach literature, not to mention getting your child to learn to love a good piece of literature. Join me below and we'll walk through the ins-and-outs of high school
Even though high school testing seems a bit daunting when you are getting ready to take the first one, these tips for taking the PSAT® should help calm your nerves.
When you register for the PSAT/NMSQT® (the full, official name of the test), you'll want to do it in June, prior to the test in the fall. You can read my article