Once parents decide to homeschool their children, one of the next steps that they need to take is to decide the curriculum and select the materials to be used in their child’s learning journey. Parents need to find the curriculum and materials that contain the lessons their children need to learn and make sure that it fits their personality and learning style.
Once you have decided to begin your child’s homeschooling journey, another important part of their education at home are the resources that parents will use for their learning. There are many resources that parents can use for their child’s homeschooling, such as books, websites, apps, materials, communities, and suppliers.
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.
Once a child starts their homeschooling journey, it is important for parents to keep track of their progress. While this is usually done in schools by using tests and quizzes, there are also other ways to do this for parents who are homeschooling their children. There are different forms of assessments that parents can use … Read more
The days leading up to the start of a school year are also the most exciting for children. For them, it means going back to classes and learning and seeing their friends again and making new ones. But aside from that, a new school year also means getting a new set of uniforms, bags, lunch … Read more
As children continue to attend online classes and learn from their homes, parents will have the responsibility of making learning a part of their children’s lifestyle. But the idea of teaching some subjects and concepts such as math can be intimidating to some parents. But according to author, wife, and homeschooling mom Joy Mendoza, parents … Read more
It is often said that a child’s education begins at home, and some parents have taken that saying to heart by being hands-on with their children’s education and homeschooling them. But the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has certainly changed the way students learn. Since they are unable to attend classes in school and spending their time … Read more