The Practical Homeschool Guide

The Practical Homeschool Guide

The definition of homeschooling is the education of children at home by their parents. There are close to 2 million homeschoolers in the United States.

Those statistics keep rising.

More and more people are choosing to homeschool their children for various reasons. 

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“There is no school equal to a decent home and no teacher equal to a virtuous parent.”

Mahatma Gandhi

It was my husband who originally wanted to homeschool.

He wanted to start when they entered 3rd grade. I was unsure, but as Pre-K neared, I began to second guess sending them to public school at all.

I prayed about it, and decided to read up on homeschooling. So I read blog after blog, and I prayed and prayed some more. I finally decided to give it a go.

I started this blog to help other homeschool parents with their homeschool journey from start to finish!

The Practical Homeschool Guide was created to help parents who are just starting out.

It’s all the knowledge I have accumulated over the years on homeschooling. I love to read and research things, so this book is packed full of some awesome information for you!

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The Practical Homeschool Guide

What’s inside The Practical Homeschool Guide??

Everything that you need to know about homeschooling!!

  • Laws
  • Curriculum
  • Socialization
  • Field trips ( A list of 60 field trip ideas for your family!)
  • Cost of Homeschooling
  • Creating a Master Binder
  • Record Keeping (grading, storing, etc.)
  • Co-ops
  • Homeschool Rooms
  • Homeschooling in Small Spaces
  • Housekeeping and Homeschooling
  • And MORE!!!! .

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The Practical Homeschool Guide is an extension of the Homeschool Starter Guide. It goes well beyond the basics!

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