Decide once and for all if homeschooling is a good fit for you and your child(ren) with insider information about what homeschooling is really like from a chance homeschooling mom.
- Stop wondering if homeschooling is something you can do or really want to do.
- how to get started homeschooling,
- how homeschooling affects learning progress,
- about resources you can use to homeschool your child for FREE,
- how to find the patience you need for home schooling even if you don't think you have any,
- creative ways to survive economically,
- and how homeschool socialization is often wonderful for your child's self-esteem.
"Overcome your Fear of Homeschooling" reveals the daily lifestyle of homeschooling from an inside perspective from someone who thought homeschooling would be difficult.
- If you are at an educational crossroad and considering home schooling your child(ren), "Overcome Your Fear of Homeschooling with Insider Information" will help bring understanding of how home schooling really works and it contains a lot of great How to Homeschool information.
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- The author, Sandra Cook, is a veteran homeschooling mom who never planned to homeschool her children, but homeschooled them from 3rd grade through high school graduation. After finding public school a poor fit for her boys' unique learning needs, Sandy embarked on an unexpected homeschooling journey. Homeschooling transformed the Cook's family lifestyle and provided Sandy's sons with excellent educational outcomes. Sandy addresses the initial misconceptions she had (which many people have) about homeschooling. She shares her personal experiences, insights, tips, and information about benefits and drawbacks for homeschooling, which will help clarify the decision about whether homeschooling will work well for your family.
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