Well, homeschooling your own child(ren) isn't too difficult. Just mail in a notice of intent, keep a portfolio of work, and submit an annual evaluation. Or you can enroll in an umbrella school to reduce the amount of paperwork:
Parents may choose to register their children in a non-public school (parochial, religious, denominational or nontraditional private). These schools are responsible for keeping attendance records and "enrollment registers."
If someone else becomes a childâ€™s primary instructor, whether in the home or not, and if the instruction takes place daily and consistently, then the instructor must hold a valid Florida teaching certificate in the subjects and grades being taught.
You're fine if the child is 16 years or older - the legal requirements no longer apply - but otherwise you'll have to make sure that you remain a secondary instructor, so you aren't required to have a teaching certificate.