Perhaps you’re considering homeschooling or maybe you’ve already made the decision to take on this exciting journey. Either way, you may be asking yourself, “How do I homeschool?” The answer to this question varies by family.
There are many different homeschool curricula to use such as textbooks, lapbooking, and virtual schools as well as different approaches such as unschooling, Christian homeschooling and roadschooling just to name a few. Some things to consider when making the decision to homeschool:
- Where you live
- How your child learns best
- The kind of schedule that will work for your family
Where to StartTime4Learning is actually a great place to start because of our great support team as well as the extensive parent tools and student activities offered. With the Time4Learning 14 day money back guarantee there is nothing stopping a parent from seeing what the curriculum is like and how much Time4Learning offers to their children. One of the first things you should do once you’ve made the decision to homeschool your children is to find out what your local laws are since homeschooling laws vary by state. While some states have a very lax approach when it comes to homeschooling, others have many requirements that must be met. A great place to start to find out what the legal requirements for homeschooling are in your state is the state’s Department of Education website. It is important to note that homeschool requirements can change frequently, so be sure to check these thoroughly each year. Homeschool groups and homeschool co-ops can be useful resources as you start your homeschool journey. In addition to being a wealth of information and encouragement for learning how to homeschool, many of these groups also offer classes for homeschoolers, homeschool field trips and other forms of socialization for homeschoolers.
Time4Learning is vibrant, engaging, educational, and funny. It sure beats our previous homeschool curriculum which was textbook/workbook based.
Time4Learning is so effective that very little intervention is required. This works great if you're homeschooling multiple children.