Homeschooling FAQ

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Homeschooling FAQ

Postby Aspie » Tue Aug 29, 2006 1:18 pm

Could anyone either:

a)Tell me what questions you are frequently asked about homeschooling?
b) Direct me to a website with a list of FAQs re hoeschooling?

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Re: Homeschooling FAQ

Postby Ramona » Tue Aug 29, 2006 6:43 pm

What about socialization?

How do you do it?

Do you have to be super-organized?

Where do you get materials?

How can you homeschool high school kids?

How can you homeschool with a baby/toddler/preschooler?

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Postby Mark » Sun Sep 03, 2006 4:03 am

I don't usually get asked nowdays :lol:

Instead they skip by me and ask these things of my wife..
don't understand it myself.. I mean.. I'm a nice fella... usually.. :lol:

To add to the list above,

What will you do about <insert higher science course of choice here>?
to which she usually replies ~ their father will teach that~ :)

Where will you find the time to do it?

And in our case specifically:
What about Band?
and we have an answer for that now too..
Church orchestra and community band.


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Postby Lkat83 » Sun Oct 15, 2006 9:13 pm

How do you stand not ever having time to yourself? How do you make the kids get their work done?

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Postby naveed01 » Mon Nov 17, 2014 1:23 am

After reading it I asked my daughter if any of her teachers ever did any of these things to help her and she said no. They just yelled at her all the time to quit daydreaming or to pay attention or "You should have been listening" At her school I can pretty much pick out the teachers that are dedicated teachers and caring teachers but they are few and far between. Most are out to just make a living doing something. I can remember when I was in elementary and junior high every teacher I had was dedicated. I find more and more now that they are not. I figured since I was teaching my child at home anyway I might as well be doing it full time. I have just ordered A Beka and I am expecting some great result from my daughter. She will have a quiet atmosphere where she can finally concentrate. She is very excited.
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