Many new homeschooling parents want to provide quality education for their children but are clueless where to start. A large number of parents are turning to homeschooling for the first time due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
To meet this need, we’ve got some expert homeschooling moms who will answer these questions and more through a live chat on our FB Page. Our goal is to give YOU the tools you need to homeschool your children in a way that is memorable, positive, and effective.
Top 10 things to know if you plan to homeschool your child
1 | Homeschooling Resources:
Homeschool parents don’t have to be experts – they just need resources.
2 | Create Your Homeschooling Space:
Create a specific area in the home for study:
Just as routine is important, so is creating a specific home study area.
3 | Remove all possible distractions:
Try to remove as many distractions as possible and make sure it’s a comfortable spot to spend the day.
4 | Define a Homeschooling Schedule:
Create a plan to meet the goals you’ve outlined. It helps, especially in the beginning, to be organised and have a mission
5 | Flexibility a key benefit:
Remember, flexibility is one of the key benefits of homeschooling. You can alter the pace of teaching to your child depending on the interest of your child.
6 | Choose a Learning Method :
Most prevalent methods in India are Montessori method, Unschooling, Radical Unschooling, Waldorf education and traditional School-at-home. Many homeschoolers follow formal education methods at home through CBSE, NIOS and IGCSE.
7 | Use your child’s strengths and interests as a guide.
It is no brainer that children learn differently and have different interests! There are children who are active, hands-on learners while some children love writing on worksheets.
8| Vary activities throughout the day:
Varying activities helps to break up the day, so make sure that you include some practical activities, physical activities, online learning, and reading etc..
9 | Include videos, online lessons, and games in your schedule
Luckily, there are plenty of online learning websites that have activities for kids including quizzes, videos, games, and entire online lessons.
10. Connect with other homeschoolers.
Homeschooling is fun and exciting, yet having someone to encourage you on the hard days can make a huge difference.
To know more about Homeschooling attend the Live chat on Proeves FB page at 4:30 pm today with the experts.