One of the objections many homeschooling parents hear is that homeschooled students are not as well socialized as students in a traditional classroom. Some may even say that homeschooled children don’t have many friends. After all, where would they meet them if not at school? We have met our friends at many different places. We’ve met them at storytime, at playgroups, on field trips, at
One of the common criticisms about homeschooling is that the homeschooled child isn’t ready to face real world. After all, they haven’t been in a school setting dealing with peer pressure, difficult classmates, and lots of distractions. But I would argue that many homeschooled students are actually MORE prepared for life after school. Here’s why: 1. Homeschooled children receive more one-on-one instruction when they
Teaching children skills to help them be independent in life.
I have found that we have quite a few people using our program who have children with Autism. As my own son has Autism, this is a subject that is close to my heart. It is often difficult to explain to others who do not live with an Autistic child day in and day out exactly what it is like. Autism is a spectrum