How Do I Start Homeschooling?

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Starting to homeschool is a wonderful journey, and a rewarding one too, but don’t forget commitment and dedicated that come too alongside with this journey.

One of the first questions to ask is whether you will need it, and that you are ready for the challenges too.

Research
One of the things I advised people to do is do the research on why they need homeschooling. And you will be able to see what you are getting into. You need to be mentally ready for this, but it is challenging, therefore, do a diligent research concerning this amazing journey that you are getting into. When we decided to homeschool, I watch videos on Youtube, and read many articles about it. Don’t just ignore the power of diligent research.

 

Find a Curriculum
This is the next stage in starting homeschool, it is  finding a curriculum that fits you. When we started the journey, I asked my husband to find out the curriculum that we need to use. I hope you are Christian parents looking forward to nurture your kids, and train them under your supervision, please look for Christian curriculums that can help achieve your aim. There are many out there. And here are the few to consider: 

ACE
ABeka
Christian Light Education
Alpha Omega Publication
My Father’s World
SonLight Christian Curriculum
Easy Peasy All in one
Charity Christian Academy
Bob Jones University Homeschool Curriculum
Heart of Dakota.

These lists go on and on, but I am recommending these ones to you, and hope you will prayerfully decide the one that is good for your child. We are currently using Christian Light Education curriculum, and we recommend it 100%

 

Join a group of Homeschool Families
I joined a group of homeschool families on Facebook, and when I have a question, I will post it online to other homeshool families, and then I get my answers swiftly. Let me say this that it can be challenging when first start, but you will get to enjoy every bit of the journey.

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