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How to Start Homeschooling in Miami

How to Start Homeschooling in Miami
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There are so many lifestyle and academic benefits to homeschooling your child. Thousands of families are turning toward homeschooling in Miami because of the flexibility and freedom it offers. And Miami is an awesome spot for homeschoolers because of all the incredible opportunities for educational field trips and its multicultural background.

The following information will instruct you on how to start homeschooling in Miami, what curriculum programs are most prized by veteran homeschoolers and the places to visit in your city where your children will continue their education outside the classroom.

This information 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.

How to Homeschool in Miami

Homeschooling in Florida is surging. A recent study by the Florida Department of Education found that 143,431 students in Florida were already being homeschooled in 2021. That number continues to grow in 2022 along with the number of Miami homeschool groups, where new and veteran homeschoolers meet. Once you start investigating homeschooling, you’ll soon realize that your job is not a conventional “teacher” position, but rather a manager who picks out the tools and resources that best meet your children’s educational needs.
Following these steps can help you easily begin your homeschooling adventure:

  1. Examine the Florida homeschool laws and requirements for students and parents.
  2. Officially take your children out of school if they are attending a traditional school system.
  3. Select a homeschool curriculum or a mix of programs that best suit your child’s learning style.
  4. Find the best Miami homeschool groups that share your homeschooling philosophy.
  5. Keep in mind that you have the flexibility to investigate different activities and adventures now that you are homeschooling.

Time4Learning Curriculum for Homeschooling in Miami

Homeschoolers in Miami-Dade County have a variety of curriculum options to choose from. But as more families begin their homeschooling journey, online curricula is becoming the top choice. Time4Learning is an online homeschool curriculum that provides all the core subjects that meet national standards. Additionally, parents have a wide selection of foreign language courses available.
New and veteran homeschoolers choose Time4Learning because of its ease of use, affordability and parental resources. Students love our program because of the fun activities and engaging video lessons. If you’re homeschooling in Miami, you’ll also find that it is an effective product on its own or as part of a Florida Umbrella School. Additional benefits that parents and students enjoy, include:

  • An affordable monthly subscription that you can cancel at any time and a 14-day money back guarantee.
  • Interactive lessons that incorporate graphic organizers, charts and graphs, diagrams, and animations that help students learn more difficult concepts.
  • An automated system that grades lessons, tracks progress and keeps reports for homeschool portfolio usage.
  • A curriculum that meets all state homeschool requirements.
  • A curriculum that includes technology and improves your child’s technical awareness and  ability.
  • Access to virtual labs, interactive projects, guided notes, and much more to help enhance material, bring concepts to life, and allow students to apply what they’ve learned.
  • Lessons and activities that prepare students for the required annual education evaluation in Florida.

Field Trips in Miami and Beyond

One of the major perks that homeschooling in Miami offers is taking the classroom outside. There are no walls when you homeschool and no limits to what you can incorporate into your curriculum. And Miami offers a ton of opportunities to visit and explore any number of exciting places, from nature preserves to museums and more.
Here are a few places you or your Miami homeschool groups can experience with your students:

Jungle Island – Jungle Island is home to some of the world’s rarest and most exotic animals. Park guests enjoy engaging animal shows and informative exhibits while strolling by streams and waterfalls under amazing tropical trees. Guests can choose to participate in hands-on interactions with fascinating animals or go on guided behind-the-scenes VIP tours. Jungle Island also offers homeschoolers a variety of interactive activities.

American Police and Hall of Fame Museum – The Museum offers interactive displays, simulators and almost 11.000 artifacts that educate the public about the history and current trends of law enforcement in America. Students can learn about safety, science, forensics and more.

Miami Seaquarium – Known as a 38-acre tropical paradise, the Seaquarium offers marine animal shows, daily presentations, and a variety of educational activities. Unique programs are available for several groups including: home school, field trips, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, and more. You can camp out or just spend an afternoon at the park.

Deering Estate – The Deering Estate preserves the 1920s era Miami estate of Charles Deering, Chicago industrialist, early preservationist, environmentalist, art collector, philanthropist and first chairman of the International Harvester Company. The estate offers Virtual Programs that focus on topics such as scientific method, archaeology, ecology, biology, marine science, and earth science for children of all ages.

Gold Coast Railroad Museum – The Gold Coast Railroad Museum is a great resource for kids of all ages. Afterall, most kids enjoy trains but not many get to see the train that President Franklin D. Roosevelt traveled on — the U.S. Presidential Railcar No. 1 ‘Ferdinand Magellan. Students can also take train rides, with a choice of sitting in the caboose, a passenger car or in the cab with the engineer!

Philip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science – Take your learning experience to a museum that offers a three level aquarium where hammerhead sharks swim, or a planetarium that uses 16-million-color 8K projection, surround sound and a vast dome screen. The Frost Science museum also offers field trips that feature hands-on learning on topics including marine science, earth science, space, and engineering themes. Free curriculum resources are also available on the museum’s website.

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