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Give Your Child The Education They Deserve Right From Your Home, Teach Them More Than High Paying Private Schools Do!
These are some of the reasons people cite for choosing to homeschool their children:
★ Avoiding school violence
★ Providing a better education
★ Allowing the child to work at his or her own pace
★ Family convenience
Homeschooling is a trend that’s becoming more and more popular – mainly because it does seem to produce highly educated adults in the long run.
You Want The Best For Your Child – Right?
Who knows them better than you do? You were their first teacher after all. Why shouldn’t you continue as their teacher?
If it’s financially possible for you to stay home and school your children and you want to, there’s no reason you shouldn’t.
This book is the answer to every parent’s prayers who is considering homeschooling their children.
It’s an honest, no-nonsense, easy-to-read manual with all the information you could want to get started educating your child at home.
This book will guide you toward making the decision to homeschool, what you’ll need to know before you start, and so much more!
Here is what you will learn inside this guide…
★ De-Schooling your child
★ Setting up your home for a school area
★ Choosing a curriculum
★ Setting a homeschool schedule
★ and much, Much More!
A lot of parents would love to homeschool, but they’re afraid they just don’t have the abilities.
Even if you have no college experience and just a high school diploma, you can still teach your child in the privacy and safety of your own home.
Hundreds of people have done it. In fact, most homeschooling parents actually DO NOT have a college degree of any type – and their children are flourishing.
The key to a good homeschool experience is to let the child take the reins while you simply steer instruction and give input. You don’t have to know all there is about the Civil War for your child to learn about the Civil War.