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Subject line: Your First Homeschooling How To’s Issue
Hello “autoresponder code here”,
Welcome to the first issue of Homeschooling How To’s.
In each issue of Homeschooling How To’s you will learn valuable
information that will help you on your path to homeschooling your
children. In this first issue we are going to talk a little bit about what
homeschooling is and what it takes to get started.
The term ‘homeschooling’ basically refers to the process in which
one or more children of not more than 2 families are instructed by
parents or legal guardians, or a member of either household. The
laws that define homeschooling vary from State to State. The legal
requirements for establishing a homeschool also vary with the
For most children, the actual process of learning begins much
before school. Many children already know their alphabets, the
names of animals, colors and other more complicated stuff before
they reach school. This is mostly due to the hard work of a member
of the family who has taken the time to teach the child.
Homeschooling is just a natural progression from here. Instead of
sending your children to a public school, parents make their own
curriculum and teach their children in ways that best suit the
child. This is homeschooling, in its most simplistic form.
Before you decide if homeschooling is right for your family there are a
few important things you should take in to consideration. First off, meet
with parents of other homeschoolers. Find out the pros and cons of
homeschooling. Then ask yourself why you would want to adopt this
method. This is a very important aspect, as the success of the
program depends on the clarity and sincerity of your purpose.
Next, it is time to consider the expenses of homeschooling. It may
cost anywhere between a few hundred dollars to a few thousand
every year. More importantly, you are also effectively shutting
out any job opportunity for one parent because they will have to stay at
home full time to manage the homeschool. A home-based business
however is a great alternative.
Are you qualified to take on homeschooling for your children?
Keep in mind that teaching is a continuation of your own learning
process. However there is plenty of information is readily available
online, through books and various other resources for anyone
interested in homeschooling. Go through the various methods of
homeschooling and choose one that is most suited to you. It helps if you
know what kind of learning style your child has. Also, find out what your
child feels about homeschooling before you start.
Every state has its own laws regarding homeschooling. For instance, in
North Carolina, you must first file a ‘Notice of Intent’ to start a home
school. In this you have to mention if the school is a ‘Private church’
school or a ‘qualified non-public school’. The person providing the
education are required to have at least a high school diploma. You
have to maintain an annual record of the child’s attendance and
disease immunization. Every year, the child is required to undergo a
standardized test. Each student attending the eleventh grade has to
take a nationally standardized test. These are the requirements in North
Carolina, but it is enough to give you a good idea of what
Homeschooling may seem like a lot of fun and freedom from the
outside. However, things are seldom as simple as they seem.
Homeschooling is a lot of added responsibility and hard work. But,
if successful, it will forge a strong bond of love and respect
between you and your child, while providing your child with the best
form of education he needs.
Make sure you look for your next issue soon. We will be talking about
how homeschooling can affect your family.
Thank you again for joining Homeschooling How To’s. I hope you enjoy
your subscription for a long time.
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