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You are homeschooling your children. Do you feel that you are ALWAYS with them, never getting a break? Are you starting to think that private school would be a less expensive option? If you answered yes to either of these questions, then you need some practical home schooling advice.

Practical Homeschooling

If you are homeschooling or are thinking about homeschooling there are several thing you should do. First, check out Homeschool World online. This website has everything you need to start homeschooling or to regain some of your sanity if you are already in the homeschooling process.

Mary Pride is the creator of Homeschool World. Although her website promotes a Christian worldview of homeschooling, there is a lot of information to be gained no matter what your religious affiliations are. This is one place to get the information you need.

Another good reference for homeschooling advice, again from a Christian perspective, are books by Cathy Duffy. Not everything she recommends is Christian based, so it is well worth the effort to check out the curriculum she recommends.

Are there non-religious suggestions for practical home schooling? Yes, you need a good home schooling program. This can be an all in one curriculum or it can be many different ones, a program for each subject.

Go to a homeschool conference to talk with vendors and experienced homeschoolers to see what is really good. Your very experienced homeschoolers are your best resource. They know what works and they can help you avoid those newbie mistakes.

Talk to those seasoned home school veterans and let them give you some guidance.Where do you go for help? Join a local homeschool support group. Most areas have one and you can also join homeschool groups online through Yahoo.com.

These are groups of people who homeschool and they share your values so you can meet up with other homeschooling families. This will help you keep your sanity and it will provide you with other children for your kids to socialize with.

Other tips for practical home schooling are not to stress too much. Allow for some spontaneity in your life. If you all are having a bad day at home and schoolwork is not getting done, take a break. An instant school field trip to a local museum, library, playground or even a movie can break up the monotony of same old, same old.

Both you and your children will greatly appreciate. Set priorities. Your children’s happiness and well being do not revolve around your dishes getting done. It’s ok not to have a perfect home. The kids can and should help with household chores.

You need to realize that during school hours, the phone is off limits. You do not have to deal with every phone call as it comes in. If it is important they will leave a message or call back. Finally, realize that homeschool is a huge commitment of time and energy.

You will not have the extra time to be on 15 different committees or projects. Learn to say no to those volunteer opportunities. A few are ok, but you cannot do everything. It is possible to keep things in perspective by using practical home schooling techniques. Remember why you are homeschooling. This will help put everything in perspective.

References:
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