7 Tips for Transitioning from Public School to Homeschool
It may become necessary to remove your child from the public school setting and establish a homeschool environment. Whatever your reasons for homeschooling, here are some tips to help you with the transition.
Public School Dissatisfaction
Many start their children off in traditional school. It is free and provides your child with teachers who are trained to provide instruction in a variety of subjects. People decide to homeschool their children for different reasons. Public schools can be overcrowded, large student to teacher ratio, peer pressure, lowered standards and other issues.
Maybe you want to add an element of Christian education. Religion is not a part of a public school education and one way to get it is to turn your home into a classroom.
Parents are growing frustrated with educational reform that is not benefiting their child. As a nation, the United States is slow in providing children with a stellar start early on in school. It is not enough that children are in a classroom. They need the tools to advance academically from an early age.
Homeschool environments can provide your child with the type of education that you believe that your child is entitled to. If they have begun their academic career in a traditional setting, it can be a challenge to you as a new home educating parent to assist them in making the transition.
7 Tips for Transitioning your Child from Public
School to Homeschool
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A Favorite Bible Verse: "Trust in the LORD with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding.
In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths." Proverbs 3:5-6