Asked by Anonymous at 6:35 PM on May. 14, 2009 in General Parenting
Answer by mlregalado at 6:46 PM on May. 14, 2009
With homeschooling you can customize the education to fit the child. You can go as fast or as slow as each child needs, which guarantees your child really learns before moving on. Your can delve into subjects of interest to a much greater extent.Â You have freedom and flexibility in when and how you school your child. Most homeschoolers in my group school year-round, taking off days or weeks according to their needs, not the school schedule.
Your child will have more time to socialize; homeschooling doesn't take as many hours a public school. Instead of a 20 minute recess, you can join your homeschool group at the park for 2 hours, or join other activities such as hiking, skiing, music, bowling, etc.Â Since homeschoolers tend to have a higher degree of supervision, it lowers the odds of bullying, abuse or other anti-social behavior.Â
"In homeschool you control every aspect of their life, education and socialization. "
As my kids have many public schooled friends and have been in soccer, lacrosse, baseball, boy scouts, swim classes, music classes, art classes, archeology classes, and many, many other activites, I can honestly say I cannot and I don't even try to control every aspect of their life, education, and socialization. LOL
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