If you have chosen to homeschool in New Hampshire, you may need information, resources, and curriculum that will help you get started. This page aims to help guide you through the process of homeschooling in the Granite state. Take a few minutes to read through it, and feel free to share this page with other new homeschoolers in your state.
To find out more about the legal requirements for homeschooling in New Hampshire, Time4Learning recommends that you visit your state’s Department of Education website. Each state in the U.S. has different requirements for homeschooling families, and these requirements can frequently change, so we suggest doing thorough research to make sure that you are complying with your individual state regulations.
- Home Education in New Hampshire by Ann Zeise
- Homeschool World New Hampshire support groups
- High School Homeschooling Laws by State
*This information was not compiled by a lawyer. This should by no means be interpreted as legal advice. It is your responsibility to interpret and understand the laws that you will be homeschooling under.
Homeschooling in New Hampshire
You might be wondering what an average homeschool day looks like. Well, homeschool styles and schedules vary greatly, but if you have younger children, perhaps you’ll find yourself doing a bit of the following.
Say you’re a very relaxed homeschooling family. Your days probably don’t always look the same. Some days, you might be very “schoolish,” and can be found doing lots of paperwork around the kitchen table. Other days, you can be found outside, digging in the dirt and checking out the bugs, or in the kitchen, figuring out those confusing teaspoon vs. tablespoon measurements. Some days might be computer days, and other days are chalk in the driveway days. The neighbors sometimes get to view your children’s multicolored version of the universe, the galaxy, solar system, etc.
More than likely, as the years go by, you will probably be spending more time on “paperwork,” with your children and your days will become more “schoolish,” but for now, Time4Learning helps you keep track of all the things your students need to learn, but doesn’t keep you tied to a desk in order to do so.
With Time4Learning, math lessons are taught by engaging characters in colorful, fun activities.
First graders learn about "parts of a whole" from Sally and Pong in "The Art of Fractions" lesson.
Homeschooling with Time4Learning
Time4Learning’s experience shows that there is no single, best homeschool material. Rather than feeling torn between homeschool resources, parents should select a diverse blend of materials and activities.
For families with more than one child, choosing a homeschool curriculum can be more problematic. What works for one child may not work for another. What works for one subject may not work on the next. What works one year, may fall flat the very next year.
Some of the features that make Time4Learning so successful include:
- Time4Learning appeals to a wide range of learning styles. Our online learning materials are especially well-suited to children who are visual or kinesthetic learners. These children can take advantage of Time4Learning’s interactive, multi-media materials.
- Children like using the computer to learn. It’s a convenient, interactive homeschool resource that provides a welcome change each day to paper-and-pencil workbooks and textbook-based lessons.
- Parents like that it tracks progress and helps children advance by clearly presenting and reinforcing each lesson.
- Time4Learning’s self-paced, modularized lesson plans allow you to move forward and back through the materials whenever you want. You can skip lessons that teach concepts your child has already mastered and repeat those he or she has not. The choice is yours. With Time4Learning, you are always in control.
Time4Learning is proven effective with homeschoolers, has a low monthly price, is easy-to-use, and provides a money-back guarantee so you can make sure that it works for your children!
Sign up for Time4Learning as part of your overall homeschool curriculum.
If you have any more questions or comments about homeschooling in New Hampshire, head over to the New Hampshire Parent Forum.
Some Helpful Tools and Resources
Welcome to Homeschooling Guide – Are you new to homeschooling? This guide was written by seasoned homeschoolers to answer some of the difficult questions new families often struggle with.
Curriculum Lesson Plans – An overview of what’s available for each grade and subject.
Homeschool Portfolio Information – Answers common questions about homeschool portfolios and evaluations. It includes tips on organization methods, what to include and how Time4Learning can be used as part of your homeschool portfolio.
Online Parent’s Forum – Reach out to homeschoolers in your area, join discussions, ask questions and trade ideas on our online community of homeschooling parents. Having the support of seasoned homeschoolers can really help make your homeschooling journey a success.
Hints & Help Section – Whether you’re new to Time4Learning, a long term member, or a future member with questions about how the program works, this section answers questions about navigation, lesson planning & previewing, how the teacher guides and worksheets work, and more!
Puffin Academy App – Learn how to use Time4Learning on most mobile devices with the Puffin Academy app for iOS and Android! Get details on this kid-friendly app, including how to download and use it on the go with Time4Learning.