My son is extremely smart, but, not challenged at school. I know I could be a good teacher for him, but, could it be done at night and on weekends? Or is all day everyday better?Answer Question
It can be done at the times that is convient for you and your son. Basically the time frame would depend on what parts of the day/night he would be more alert to learning without distractions. If you plan to have him also stay with your schools district programs like sports, outtings, etc., they are normally held during the evening hours. Of course I'm sure he and his friends could schedule some peer time during the day as well.
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Answer by stickyfingers at 1:16 AM on Apr. 28, 2009
Definitely! You CAN do this! Especially if he is above average! He will probably get really involved with planning his own curriculum! What better way to make sure that he is engaged and challenged! I say go for it, you can do this! I work, homeschool my two boys and go school myself full time!
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