The Benefits (and Disadvantages) of Homeschooling
Essentials to consider BEFORE you start homeschooling.
So you're trying to figure out whether homeschooling will work for your family or not, right? If so, you've come to the right place.
Below you'll find a brief discussion of the benefits and disadvantages of homeschooling. After reading it, you should be able to better identify whether or not homeschooling may be right for you and your family. If you take time to think about each benefit and disadvantage and apply it to your personal situation, you'll learn which benefits you just can't live without... or, on the other hand, the disadvantages you know you won't be able to live with.
Let's get started by looking at what makes homeschooling such a great choice for thousands of homeschool families around the world.
The Top 15 Benefits of Homeschooling
You get to...
Control what your children learn and when they learn it.
Show your children that learning is not boring, but exciting.
Build intimate and meaningful relationships with your children.
Tailor your teaching to fit your children's dominant learning styles.
Give your children in-depth, personal attention in any subject with which they struggle or excel.
Create a weekly schedule that fits your needs and allows you to do things without the constraint of a traditional classroom schedule.
Transfer your values and beliefs to your children and address their questions when they have them.
Protect your children from the negative influences they may encounter outside the home.
Teach more effectively by interacting with your children 1-on-1.
Nurture your children's natural (musical, artistic, mathematic) talents so they thrive and grow.
Address "big issues" with your children when you feel they're ready.
Share with your children the common, everyday joys of life.
Help your children mature through the difficult times in their lives.
Share the joy of teaching your...
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