Do you have what it takes to homeschool? Here’s how to start homeschooling and what you need to know before you start.
There is an overwhelming amount of information out there, so we will analyze the essential questions to consider before you start the adventure of homeschooling.
Bonus: all the information is presented via short video so you can tackle the topics when it fits your schedule!
Explore Homeschooling Basics
- Assess pros & cons of homeschooling
- Analyze student & parent readiness
- Identify your personal homeschooling style
What You Need To Know Before You Homeschool
When considering the homeschool option for your kids, you may say, “I’d love to homeschool, but….” We will answer the common objections in your mind.
Then, by answering the question, “Am I ready for this?” you will be able to know if homeschooling would be a good fit for your family.
Have you ever wondered – “Is there only one right way to homeschool?” We will explore some common ways of “doing” homeschool and help you discover the best style for you.
Homeschooling 101 is a journey in self-discovery for parents who are interested in the homeschooling option, but just need some insider information to help bring clarity to the decision making process. It’s like a birds-eye view of homeschooling.
I am a former classroom teacher, turned homeschooling mom, so I hope Homeschooling 101 is the confidence booster you need to jump start your family’s homeschool adventure!
“I’d Love to Homeschool, but…”
Homeschool Pros & Cons
Am I Ready for This?
Family & Social Readiness: What does your immediate family think of homeschooling?
Emotional Readiness: What is your personality and how will that impact homeschooling? Do you have realistic expectations?
Financial Readiness: How much does homeschooling cost?
We’ll discuss how to get the basics under control.
Know the laws for your state and where to find excellent legal advice. I always recommend checking HSLDA.org
Can you really homeschool your kids without a teaching degree?
Is There Only One Right Way to Homeschool?
How you homeschool is not a one-size-fits-all journey. Embrace your unique personality, educational philosophy, and your kids’ strengths.