When parents make a decision to continue their child’s learning journey at home, one challenge that they could face is socialization, since they won’t be going to school and meeting classmates. But being homeschooled will still give children plenty of opportunities to make friends and relate to others.
If today’s generation are to be the stewards of the earth God entrusted us, then they need to develop a heart for it by learning to take delight in it, develop respect for it, and take responsibility as creation’s caretakers. This sense of stewardship is something that can be learned early on – at home.
From sports, music, dance classes, arts and crafts, culinary, and even advanced academics, there’s a whole array of fun, new activities kids can explore. Let them try new hobbies or develop skills and talents they already have. And these 60 days of summer may just be the most memorable they’ll have so far.