When, exactly, did you plan on holding class? You don't necessarily need a teaching degree, but you have to have enough knowledge of the subject matter to teach it. Personally, I don't understand why you don't send your daughter to school...
That depends on the state you live in. Every state has different laws regarding what you can and can't do regarding homeschooling, and some states are stricter than others.
Check out www.hslda.org
It offers tons and I mean tons of legal information and a wealth of other resources for homeschoolers and those considering it.
I do know that there are some free online virtual options where you would need high speed internet access and a web cam. It would be like video classes, by a real, certified teacher. Do a google search on that as well.
Whether you need a teachers degree depends what state you are in. You can find great answers to your questions at a local homeschool group and at www.hslda.org
I obviously don't know your exact situation or motives for wanting to homeschool your daughter, but I have succesfully homeschooled 2 children for the last 7 years, 4 of those I was working part-time. It's a matter of commitment, priorities, support and a flexible schedule.
you can feel free to contact me offlist and I can answer any questions I can.
Yes, if she and daughter plan and stay organized.
First, you have to have a daughter who is willing to help make and stick to the plan (assignments) while mom is away. And mom is going to need to find some help, unless you are an expert in all subjects. Look for a home school organization in your community. They will be able to help you get started and are a great support system. Some communities share resources such as a mom who is good teaching History might agree to teach two or three other kids History at the same time. That cuts down on each mom's work load
As far as a degree, I don't know of a state that requires a degree. Start with your local school district office and tell them you plan to home school and need to know what your states requirements are.
Best wishes! You are making a great choice to homeschool your daughter!
Legally yes she can do this in my state. BUT why would she ?
School is more than books. She is putting the child at a disadvantage socially. It has to do with decison making skills which are practiced in school. No teaching degree is needed.
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