Here is an article called "Homeschooling Kindergarten - How to Insure Success For Your Child" by Jason Rodriguez. I found a real surprise in this article that I have never seen before. To find out what it is you can read my comments at the bottom of this page...
You have decided on homeschooling your kindergarten aged child. You have waded through lots of information on the pros and cons of homeschooling and now that process is behind you. Now you must ask and answer: How do you insure success for homeschooling kindergarten?
This is not an easy question nor is it purely academic. You are beginning what many consider the "formal education" of your child. How you conduct yourself and the teaching methods you employ will determine the future success of your child's education as well as your child's social development. Therefore it is critical that you avail yourself of the critical tools necessary to insure your child's success. This article shares with you three key resources you will need to consider and hopefully employ.
The first is the wealth of articles available to you on various aspects of homeschooling which are readily available to you by clicking on the link below. Many of these articles are written by parents just like you or based on research among parents and experts who homeschool their children. Another resource is joining a homeschooling association. These associations will keep you up to date on state requirements and tools and textbooks and other resources to help your homeschooling be a success. You can find these associations by thumbing through your local yellow pages, talking to other parents who homeschool their children, and doing web searches, beginning with clicking the link below.
Finally, you will want to consider the e-book by Heidi Johnson, "How to Homeschool Kindergarten." The book is available immediately for download and is filled with practical tips and advice on making the most of your homeschooling experience. And most importantly, the book is only 33 pages long so it will not rob you of valuable time. You will want to pay particular attention to the "Resources" section.
Now that you have decided to homeschool kindergarten, you can insure that success by following the advice contained in this article. Happy teaching and learning!
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My Comments: Did you see the reference to my ebook in this article? WOW! I've never seen that before. I spent a lot of time writing that book and my heart is all over it. My youngest child just finished Kindergarten, so the ideas and resources are fresh in my mind.
I love Kindergarteners and found that many young parents were coming to me asking me about homeschooling and how to get started. That's how the book came into being and now it is available for immediate download for just $19.95.
Enough about me, how about you? Where are you in your stage of homeschooling Kindergarten? Do you know what you want to do? Are you filled with confidence or fear? There are often many questions in the minds of new homeschool parents. I have done my best on this site to help you get all the information you need to be able to homeschool your children successfully.
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