Be very wary of those people who have been homeschooling for years and tell you that teaching your kids at home is a bed of roses. It is not. There are many pros and cons of Homeschooling. Mostly pros but a few cons.
And because it would be best for everyone involved if you were to go into this homeschooling adventure with your eyes (and your mind) wide open, I thought I’d share a few of those homeschooling pros and cons with you.
Who doesn’t like to get something for free? Especially when you’re homeschooling and probably trying to manage on a reduced income. Luckily, it’s pretty easy to homeschool for free. You just need to know where to look.
I don’t know your situation but I’m going to take a wild guess and say that you could do with all the financial help you can get.
When you first start to homeschool you have a billion questions that need answering. What? How? Should? Can?
But the truth is, no one can tell you how to homeschool.
Not even the Queen.
Maybe a veteran homeschool mom will give you her version of events; speak about her experiences and maybe throw in a bit of advice on curriculums here and there – she might even share her tips on how to homeschool for free, but ultimately your homeschooling journey will be your own.