The homeschool definition of education and learning

Posted in Just Starting Out on September 28, 2016

What is the objective of education? The objective of education is often lost amidst tradition. People carry out their days through routine and structure. Most parents take their children to school every day at the same time, then go to work, then take their children home, etc. Education systems exist, but little thought is usually directed Read More »

The Best Books For New Homeschool Moms

Posted in Just Starting Out on September 27, 2016

Because you’re going to homeschool your child, you understand the importance of education. You want your children to learn, grow, develop, and excel at life. If you’ve chosen homeschooling as the best avenue to achieve this, you’ve got a lot of responsibility on your hands. Homeschool Base is an excellent online resource, but there are Read More »

The Ultimate List of Homeschool Methods & Styles

Posted in Just Starting Out on September 27, 2016

One of the things I enjoy the most about homeschooling is the freedom that it gives the parent. There is a never-ending stream of books to read, educational methods to try, supplemental internet resources, informational podcasts -- the list goes on and on. This freedom can be both liberating and terrifying. Most homeschool parents first Read More »

Homeschooling in Florida

Posted in Just Starting Out on March 22, 2013

Are you looking for homeschooling options in Florida? Do you know about legal requirement for homeschooling in Florida? Always start by reviewing the local homeschool laws in Florida. Go straight to your local school boards and local homeschool groups. Laws change, and websites are often outdated. This way you will have the right information about Read More »

Finding Social Opportunities for Your Homeschooled Child

Posted in Just Starting Out on March 31, 2007

One of the main challenges of homeschooling is how to find social opportunities for your homeschooled child to ensure they have the same level of social interaction as children who attend schools. Lack of peer socialization is probably the main criticism leveled at homeschooling by it’s opponents. How can children who do not interact daily Read More »