First, you need to find a curriculum that suits you. I would suggest Saxon. It has a well rounded education curriculum.
Then you need to set up a schedule. My mom writes our assignments on a dry erase board. When we finish an assignment, we go erase it. This systems allows a lot of freedom. You may want to have specific times for all your subjects. That's fine too.
Make sure to add in your extra curricular activities like PE, art, music, and computer tech.
You are only required to go to school for 4 hours so you can be done really early. It's nice.
I think it's really easy to home school. If you are a parent, then you just have to teach your kids their classes or go to local group classes. If you are a kid, then it's easy, just like public school. Except you get one-on-one attention which is really nice.
Have fun and good luck!! ;)
(My name's Rebecca too! Cool!!)
The difficulty of homeschooling will depend on your child. Children with higher intelligence who are self motivated will be easy and vice versa.
Start by figuring out the curriculum you'd like to use and find the best textbooks on those subjects. Ultimately, you can use college exam prep materials as a basic guide of the minimum subject material to cover. Support each subject with more interactive projects and trips.
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