It is estimated that in the United States, more than 1.5 million children are studying at home each year, and that number is growing. There are many reasons for this: they are dissatisfied with state school education, for religious reasons, with the ability of education to tailor to the style and needs of a learner, with the best possible time for their child. Whatever the reason, it is important to know that every parent has the right to go to the home school for their child and it is not as difficult to start as you would think.
Many parents turned to home school because they were dissatisfied with the education their child received from local public schools. While many private schools provide a better environment, unfortunately, the private school is unsuccessful for today's economy. The cost of tuition has risen in recent years, so many parents are looking for home schooling to ensure the best education for their children.
The first steps may seem a little scary. But after you have flown and arrived in the first year, I'm sure you and your child will find home school that this is the most useful thing you've ever done. You will recognize the child in a way that could never be imagined. This does not mean that it will be fun and play. There is a lot of work for you as a nurse. Sometimes I spend more time preparing my lesson than I actually learned to teach. But the results were incredible. Your child has learned so much and can focus on strengths, weaknesses and interests that allow me to reward our home school experience and make it memorable.
The first step is for you as a parent who is interested in home schooling to call or meet in a school superintendent of a city or city. They will send you the specific legal requirements for local school education. Do not be overwhelmed by the laws that they can send to you. It may seem complicated, but it generally requires that you teach 180 days per year and spend about 6 hours a day for hours. Now, the home school says it rarely takes 6 lessons a day lessons. Do not forget to teach one in one without disturbing effects. So I found that much more could be achieved in a LOT less time than in a traditional school setting. They will probably be asked to show their participation cards at the end of the year to have a record of their child's schooling. Otherwise they can not tell what to teach. Then where are you from here?
A decision to teach must be the biggest obstacle to deter potential home school parents. Unless I care about your "uneducated" child, I recommend you more or less to follow the general curriculum you teach in other children in your child. They are entitled to use textbooks used by public children as taxpayers. So I always ask this at the beginning of the year. This gives me an idea of what the other kids will learn and give me the starting point. Among these books and other online resources, such as EdHelper, they are able to compile a curriculum that is related to the needs and interests of my child. Some home parents buy the curriculum. It may be a little expensive, but if you're really upset, what you can teach, that's the answer. They usually come with books, textbooks, teacher guides, and even tests and quizzes. There are plenty of home school curricula available at home and can be found on the Internet. Another option is an online school. I have no such experience, but I know that they are becoming more and more popular. With Internet access, your child is attending online school every day. Tasks and tests are provided online with live teaching assistance.
Whatever you do, remember, this can not be a stressful situation. Laughter and fun with your child. Color, drawing, painting, making volcanoes and watching them explode! Do the hoists while you learn the multiplier. But do not forget to cover the basics so your child is ready to go out into the world and become a productive member of society. And finally, ask the child what they want to learn. This is their education. Make an experience that you will ever forget.