On the Fence about Homeschooling?

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The number of homeschooled children is growing each year in the United States. When asked why they chose to home school, 91 percent of parents said it was because of a concern about the environment of other schools; 77 percent of parents said it was because of a desire to provide moral instruction; 74 percent of parents said they home school because of their dissatisfaction with academic instruction in other schools. When asked to select the single most important reason for homeschooling, 25 percent of parents said it was because of their concern about the environment of other schools.

Most homeschooled students have the choice to study and learn what they want, when they want, for as long as they want. This is not to say that all the basics and more! But those basics may be covered at age six for one child, and at age ten for another, depending on ability, maturity, and interest levels.

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Unfortunately, a few states do have unnecessarily restrictive legal requirements; in those states, educational freedom may be limited. After the initial shock of leaving the school system has passed, parents who home school say they experience a real sense of freedom. With their lives no longer revolving around school hours, homework, and the school calendar, these families plan off-season vacations, visit parks and museums during the week, and live their lives according to what works for them.

Selfish and not why we took them out of school but, nonetheless, my kids are wonderful.

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Love your list, Gina! So good to hear your perspective. I agree with all of those! I love that the kids can pick topics to learn.

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Makes school so much fun! Thank you for sharing!

I find 9 to be key in the proper development of children. As parents we are to discipline our children and be consistent. That is very difficult to do when you are not around them. I personally did this so I could spend the time with them. You miss out on so much when they are gone.

I also find it a lot less stressful not having to run around my little kiddo every day. We can take things slow or fast as needed. I personally do not like to add more stress to my life.

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That being said, even though I love to keep my kids at home for preschool, when they are 5 I ship them off to school. My favorite benefit is watching them learn new things and being there as they master new skills. Emma recently posted… Child-led Neighborhood Walk. I love that my children have a phenomenal relationship with each other!

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Great list! There are who lot of benefits in homeschooling children. Though, if it is not properly planned and scheduled, it may not work out. Thanks for the list. Your email address will not be published. Recipe Rating. What about you? Do you have anything to add to this list? Comments Anna says.

Thank you for sharing! I find 9 to be key in the proper development of children. As parents we are to discipline our children and be consistent. That is very difficult to do when you are not around them. I personally did this so I could spend the time with them. You miss out on so much when they are gone.

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I also find it a lot less stressful not having to run around my little kiddo every day. We can take things slow or fast as needed.

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I personally do not like to add more stress to my life. That being said, even though I love to keep my kids at home for preschool, when they are 5 I ship them off to school. My favorite benefit is watching them learn new things and being there as they master new skills. Emma recently posted… Child-led Neighborhood Walk. I love that my children have a phenomenal relationship with each other!

Great list! There are who lot of benefits in homeschooling children. Though, if it is not properly planned and scheduled, it may not work out. Thanks for the list. Your email address will not be published. Recipe Rating. What about you? Do you have anything to add to this list? Comments Anna says.

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