Should you Homeschool in 2022?
This is the question many parents are asking.
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It’s a tough decision for most households.
This blog post is going to breakdown points to help you decide if you should homeschool in 2022.
- What is Homeschool?
- How will our lives change?
- Will Homeschool education be enough?
- Who can help me?
- What if I decide I don’t want to keep Homeschooling?
What is Homeschool?
Homeschool is when you decide to educate your child yourself outside of a public or private school system.
You decide what you want your child to learn and you create a curriculum.
It’s fun to gather the books and learning toys needed to work with your child.
Many parents decide to purchase a curriculum as well.
There are many resources once you decide what you want your child to learn.
How will our lives change?
Finances are a big part of this lifestyle change.
You and your partner must sit down to see how much is needed to run the household.
Consider what you can cut out or cut back on.
Also consider the new cost of purchasing materials for Homeschooling.
Single parents are still able to Homeschool.
Remember you decide your Homeschool terms.
It is perfectly ok to teach your children when you come home from work or only on certain days.
Most states have a generous requirement for days you must register as learning days.
To see what the state of Georgia requires this video features a complete walk through of the website.
Will Homeschool education be enough?
Many Homeschool children are very well rounded and educated. If you have your sights set on a certain career path or university reach out to them!
They will be delighted to tell you what requirements to focus on.
There is also a good chance you are not the first parent to contact them with such a question.
Who can help me?
Nobody can do it all.
As the saying goes, “It takes a village”.
The first suggestion is to join a Facebook group for Homeschooling parents.
My village is online. I rely a lot on the groups and Outschool.
Signing up with my link will allow you a credit towards your first class.
You can also follow www.tarakamiya.com to find more resources to help Homeschool parents.
There is an entire community of tutors, courses and curriculums to assist you.
What if I decide I don’t want to keep Homeschooling?
Lifestyle changes happen in families. If you move to a place where Homeschooling is difficult or not necessary the school may have documentation they ask for to show that your child is on level with the other students.
I hope this article was helpful. Please share with other parents and caregivers.
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