How would you think a child gain friends if he/she is homeschooled? We must know that homeschooling affects a student’s development of social skills. Because of studying inside the house instead in a school, a student has a limited chance of interacting with other people. One has lesser opportunity to gain self-confidence and he/she may grow afraid of socializing with other people.
Next, homeschooling students also desire to start attending school. They envy others who wake up early in the morning just to go to school. Sometimes, they can also feel jealous in the way how school students learn like going out for field trips and participating in sports competitions. Even though one can do it with their teacher or tutor, it will not be the same feeling as others students feel.
In homeschooling, resources are not as fluid as they are in public/private schools. Students have limited resources and they learn only what their tutor teaches them. Unlike in school, students have the chance to share their ideas to others. In return, they can also learn from their classmates as they share their ideas to each other. This is what homeschooling students lack for. And it will be a great loss for the student to have the best education he/she can have.
Lastly, homeschooling affects the physical development of a student. One may not be involved in physical activities like exercise and sports. A student will be less physically fit than those students who study in schools. They have physical...