As we quickly approach the time of the year when public and private schools anticipate Spring Break, with summer vacation soon to follow, many homeschoolers are also planning their breaks. While some families plan road trips or visits to amusement parks, others prefer a low-key agenda that includes natural learning opportunities our their children.
No matter what style of homeschooler you are, there comes a time when you just need to change, re-evaluate, and dig in with some new intentionality.
Nowadays, many military families are opting to homeschool. With what can seem like constant changes between new duty stations to moves back home during deployments, the option to homeschool is often easier for some families when compared to enrolling your little ones in a new school system every three to four years.
Over the last few decades, preschool has become a routine part of childhood in our culture. However, kids learn many important lessons and life skills outside of formal academics in the early years. You can provide a preschool education without traditional curriculum, and you probably already are. Here’s how.
Homeschooling is an excellent option for military families. It allows you to customize your child’s education to meet his or her individual needs. When it comes to choosing a curriculum, there are tons of options available. So, how do you know which one is right for your family?
If you are a military parent thinking about homeschooling your child, you are not alone. Many military families have decided to homeschool their children to better accommodate their unique lifestyle.
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