What this means with regards to your child’s education is that with all these discoveries a school’s curriculum will just not be able to keep up. In this post, I am telling you that why you should home school your child.
But when you teach your child at home; you can include any new material in their course work, essentially making sure that they are always ahead of the curve.
Strategically plan for your child’s future:
We have recently seen dramatic changes in the economies all over the world, and what was important to our generation, has suddenly become defunct. When you are homeschooling your child, you will be able to strategically steer their education towards the best outcome for them.
Your curriculum to suit your family’s style or beliefs
When you are homeschooling your child or children, you can tailor your curriculum to suit your family’s lifestyle and belief systems. If you desire to provide your child with religious-based education or an un-schooling teaching model. You simply want to steer your child in a musical or art direction, then homeschooling is definitely a good option for you.
Follow your child’s interests and nurture them
In the home school environment, you will be able to observe your child closely and will know what their interests and talents are. You will be able to then nurture and develop these talents; something that is not considered of great importance in an overcrowded school classroom.
Schools are designed around a one-size-fits-all mentality
By their very nature schools are a one-size-fits-all affair and don’t take any individual skill, talent or interest into account, especially if it is not on the school’s curriculum. Yet we are all individuals with individual abilities and talents and most of these will be lost by the time your child leaves school. In the home school classroom. Your child will be able to set the pace and the direction of their studies without fear of being scolded, ignored, or even worse, ridiculed.
Spend more time on the basics
When you are homeschooling your child, you will know what their strengths and weaknesses are and they will not have to keep up with any other children. You can thus spend much longer on the basics ensuring that any future education is built on a solid foundation.
Home Schooling is an Act of Love:
When you are at home, your child’s education rests on your shoulders. That in itself is incredibly overwhelming at times. In-home my two boys- 8th grade and kindergarten- and I don’t even have a college degree! So what makes me so qualified? I love my boys. I have their best interests in mind at all times. I don’t have to worry about any other kids- only my two.
As a home teacher, I have sacrificed a lot. Mostly a social life. My kids are with me most of the time. And, let me tell you, I am not one of those people who just loves to be with her kids all the time. No- I say too much of a good thing is not always good. So I have to make a little more of an effort to get out a bit. I’ve just started back to work- evenings- and it kind of feels like my quiet time. I’m loving it.
However, this is a very personal decision and all I can say is that I personally have done it (and am doing it) with great success.
There is nothing as rewarding as watching your 5-year-old (or whatever age your child happens to be) read their first book and know that it was your efforts that got them there.
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