Some families choose homeschooling, like my family did for many years.
Some families find it thrust upon them. Like now – in this time of Covid.
Many public schools have gone totally e-learning. Sometimes the curriculum and materials used are good. Sometimes they are not.
If you are not happy with how things are going with your public school partnership, why not consider homeschooling?
It is legal and widely practiced in all states.
Although it seems like a lifetime ago, I was actively involved in homeschooling and even wrote some books about it. They might be helpful to you and so I am highlighting them for you here.
NOTE: These books were written from an Evangelical Christian perspective. If that is not your jam, they might not be the best for you.
What if your child is not a traditional learner, or has difficulty learning? This book might give you some starting points in learning to help your child.
Homeschooling the Challenging Child
Finally, home education is a wonderful opportunity to work on life skills with your kids. This can start with doing chores and take you through time and money management.
Life Skills for Kids
These are not for everyone. But if you have had it in your heart to become a homeschooling mama, these might be good starting points for you.