A new and better way to learn
“No, I’m not going to do it. You can’t convince me, there is no way I’m going to put her through that. There is no way I am going to home school my daughter,” says Regina Lowenstein, 34. “I want my daughter to have every opportunity and Homeschoolers have no future.” For many people, homeschooling is seen as bad thing, depriving children of experiences and leaving them without a diploma. For several reasons, many people believe that home schooling is bad for their children. They say that it prevents their kids form socialization, their children don’t do as well in school, and that home schooling is too time consuming and costly, yet that is far from true. In truth, homeschooling is a great opportunity for your children and can actuality improve your child’s learning abilities. First of all, one of the main reasons parents say no to homeschooling is time. Most parents don’t have the time to be sitting at home all day and teaching their kids. For them, public schooling is much more convenient, since children can be in school when parents are at work. Yes, home schooling can be time consuming at first, but that is only as you are getting used to the switch. In truth the younger your kids are, the more time you spend with them, so why not spend that time helping them learn and having fun. Many homeschooling programs are a lot of fun for both the parent and the child, involving many fun and enjoyable activities, like art or playing games, and the benefit of homeschooling is that it can be done at any time during the day and at any place. School work can be done out side, at the kitchen table, the office, in the car, on a boat, or on a plane. After a coupe of weeks, your child will be able to do school with out you helping them every step of the way, you don’t even have to be home and they can still get their school work done in a fun and safe environment. Home schooling is also very flexible, allowing you to take a vacation...
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