Tuesday, October 25, 2011

How do you homeschool?

More specifically, what type of homeschooling method should you follow?  If you are new to homeschooling this can be confusing or even frustrating.  Maybe you don't want to subscribe to a specific method or practice.  Maybe you want to replicate the schooling experience your child has or would have received had they gone to public school.  Maybe you want to try a little bit of all of them and kind of pick and choose what works for you.  It's all fine.  There are no hard-lined ways of doing it.  Sometimes it takes a period of time while experimenting with different methods, which speak to you and your family's dynamic, to embrace that method.  Then, sometimes, the method that may have worked in the past may not work now.  That is one of the exciting things about homeschooling; it affords you that kind of flexibility.  Keep in mind that you do not have to subscribe to any one method if it doesn't fit your needs.  In addition, there are many more methods of education out there than what is listed.   

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