How was school today?
If you answered "Yes" to any of these questions, home schooling may provide the solution for your child's academic and social struggles as well as minimizing your child's daily stress level.
Advantages of Home Schooling
Flexibility = work at child's pace, take breaks as needed, teach to child's interests, convenient schedule, field trips during the week when places are less crowded, no homework
One-to-one ratio = child receives more direct instruction time, provides for immediate feedback, shorter school days, work at child's level, teach to child's learning style & strengths, child experiences success and increased self-confidence
More time for learning = no switching teachers every year (and having to help the teacher "get to know" what your child needs), no fighting for services or for the correct implementation of the services your child was supposed to be getting, no time wasted taking student to and from school and related meetings
Social, Behavioral, & Safety
Avoid negative peer influence, no teasing or bullying, less stress in a safe & positive environment, opportunity to target social skills in a smaller setting, separate the skills of academic learning and social learning, socialize with people of all ages - not just same-age peers, ability to control the sensory environment enables student to focus on learning
Less exposure to illness = more time for learning, improved sense of self-worth & feelings of capability, safe from physical or emotional harm, decreased stress & anxiety levels
"Home schooling helps your child to thrive not just survive."
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Disclaimer: Although there are many parents with comparable experiences, the information presented on this website reflects the experiences and opinions of one parent. It is provided for educational purposes only and should not be construed as medical or legal advice. Every parent should do his or her own research and act according to his or her own circumstances. Mary is not offering professional advice nor is she liable for damages.