Help with Homeschooling Daughters
Questions about Homeschooling Daughters
Both of my daughters and I agreed on homeschooling but I do not have experience with it and I want to homeschool them myself. But they are 12 years old and 15 years old. What should I do? What time should I wake them up and let them out of "home school"? Please help!
Welcome to the wonderful world of homeschooling! You can structure your day around your family's needs and schedules. When you homeschool, it doesn't matter when you start or when you finish. Some families begin their homeschool day early, while others like to start later on.
Often the curriculum you choose dictates how much time you will spend working on different subjects, etc.
What is really nice about homeschooling is that once your kids are done with their work, they are done. They don't have to wait for a classroom of students to finish, or wait for a bell to tell them they can go to their next class/subject, or wait until the end of the day to get out of school. My kids have lots of time to pursue their interests and younger children have lots of time to play and explore.
If you have more questions, feel free to post them; I'd be happy to answer them. Other visitors provide helpful guidance and help as well!
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