Yes: if it's helpful, cheers for them, and helps them support other families. It might offer you some valuable material that will help you be protected in case of some legal issues. It’ll probably give you a little more information that you can pass on to other people—so, sure, if you want to join it. The other answer would be No. If you're in Texas like us, we were quite protected, legally, and never ran into any problems.
Learning Style is probably one of the most misunderstood ideas out there. Yes, there is a little something to Visual, Auditory, and Kinesthetic learning, but your student is a WHOLE
https://youtu.be/GO9YnnZz7Kg There are three simple things to keep in mind. Number 1: Whatever approach or philosophy you take, does it make sense? Can you articulate it? Does your schooling philosophy make sense
You know you don't let your kids go outside undressed in the dead of winter; you somehow make them dress. How do you do that?
https://youtu.be/7kFnBc1vvFk Some people homeschool for a temporary period of time to get their kids through a certain transition, maybe to a certain age. I think the more important question isn’t if
I'm going to tell you off the bat: you cannot cover everything with the proliferation of knowledge available right now. There's no way to do it. If you try to compete with the school system, you'll kill yourself because they have
Should you homeschool all year long? Let's see...do you home all year long? You do. You home all year long. There aren’t any breaks from being in your family, from raising
The first thing you want to do is get a new definition of balance. Our typical idea of “balance” has to do with dividing our life in terms of equal time and equal priority.
https://youtu.be/dbOgGvVCUC0 You may have wrestled with how to know if your homeschooling is actually successful. To figure this out, I’d say there are three simple things you want to consider. The first is
https://youtu.be/_GpLYqTFM68 What a great question. If you're just starting homeschool, especially if you're leaving a public/private school situation, you have that question. Do you keep your student in the grade they