The concept of homeschooling is nothing new. However, one of the most basic things to check first is whether or not it can work for your family. Of course, there are benefits to teaching kids right in the comforts of your home instead of enrolling them in public or private schools.
On the plus side, you can control the environment and also try to make it a point to make learning fun. Because you’re spending a lot of time with the kids, you get to build a deeper and more meaningful relationship, and you can strengthen your communication too.
For some parents, they don’t necessarily agree with what the school teaches and how the teachers do it. With homeschooling, they can tailor the learning process according to how the children respond best. And another obvious benefit is the convenience.
Even if it’s raining hard or snowing, you can still conduct classes. There’s flexibility that no traditional schooling can offer. The downside here is perhaps the strain and stress on the part of the parent. You need to be patient and also learn how to motivate your child.
So, do you think this is the best fit for you and your family? If yes, are you ready to learn more about homeschooling?
Here are the top blogs you can follow and check.
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I’ve always wanted to have twin babies. The moment I found out I was pregnant, I wished so hard the doctor will find two little ones in my belly.
I thought it would be awesome to have someone grow up with you, help you reach various milestones or have someone to play along.
Most of my nieces and nephews (and even our neighbours’ children) were already starting kindergarten or in preschool so I was a bit worried that my kids wouldn’t have good company unless they attend daycare.Continue reading
Before I became a mother, I often used the internet for three things only: entertainment, research and socialisation. But as I soon as I found I was pregnant, it has also become a great way of connecting with other mums – sharing recipes, DIY crafts, tips and tricks, struggles or just as a means of support system and looking for toys for my son.
Nowadays, my favourite thing to do online is to scour for anything interesting – whether it’s a fun activity at the beach, the latest best-selling toy appropriate for my child’s age or kid-friendly airports all over the world.
I know you feel the same way too – I mean, wouldn’t it be nice to have easy access to the best family-friendly sites? So, I looked all over the internet and found the 100 top family blogs I’m sure you will find useful.Continue reading