Homeschool

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kindergarten

[expand title=”What is homeschooling?”]

Definition of homeschooling: to teach school subjects to one’s children at home Homeschooling is teaching your child outside of a formal school. This can be done at your home, a museum, or your local church. Homeschooling is doesn’t need to be in a home. [/expand]

[expand title=”How do I homeschool?”]

In order to homeschool you need to buy a curriculum for your child to learn from. A curriculum is a series of books, worksheets, and activities designed to teach your child however you see best. You then use these materials to teach your child. [/expand]

[expand title=”Is Homeschooling legal?”]

Homeschooling is legal in all 50 states in the U.S. But regulations change state by state. Check your state’s laws here: https://hslda.org/content/laws/ [/expand]

[expand title=”How can I get legal help to homeschool my kids? “]

Homeschool Legal Defense Association (HLDA) is an organization that will help you fight for your legal right to homeschool. You pay a fee every month and they will make sure you can legally homeschool. Check out HLDA here: https://hslda.org/content/ [/expand]

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[expand title=”Should I homeschool?”]

If you are not happy with your local schools you should absolutely homeschool. Some reasons that people homeschool are: The local schools are dangerous. The local school standards are too low. My child doesn’t do well in a standard school environment. Sending my kids to a private school would cost too much. [/expand]

[expand title=”What is the benefit of homeschooling?”]

If you are not happy with your local schools you should absolutely homeschool. Some reasons that people homeschool are: The local schools are dangerous. The local school standards are too low. My child doesn’t do well in a standard school environment. Sending my kids to a private school would cost too much. [/expand]

[expand title=”What is the benefit of homeschooling?”]

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[expand title=”Will my kid get enough socialization if they are homeschooled?”]

Yes! There are large communities of homeschoolers across the United States that love to make new friends. Homeschoolers are involved in organized sports, debate teams, and group field trips. You name it homeschoolers do it, and they do it together. [/expand]

[expand title=”What is a co-op?”]

A co-op is a type of homeschooling community. These co-ops will meet once or twice a week and will have group classes. They will typically offer art, math, science, and history classes. Your family will have to pay a fee to belong to one of these co-ops, but they can be totally worth it. These are really awesome if you want your kid to learn a subject that you don’t feel comfortable teaching them. For instance if you aren’t very good at math, your kids can take math lessons at the local co-op. [/expand]

[expand title=”Do I need to belong to a co-op?”]

You don’t need to belong to a co-op. But it can make homeschooling a lot easier. They can be an easy way to connect with other homeschoolers in you area. [/expand]

[expand title=”How do I find a co-op?”]

A great way to find a homeschooling co-op in your area is to ask your local churches and rec-areas. These places will often host homeschoolers. https://hslda.org/content/orgs/Default.aspx [/expand]

[expand title=”Are all homeschoolers religious? “]

No. There are plenty of secular homeschoolers and homeschooling co-ops. You don’t need to be religious to homeschooling. [/expand]