We get a lot of questions from parents who want to begin homeschooling but don’t know where to start. And we listened!! Use this downloadable Getting Started Homeschooling Guide to consider state policies, types of homeschooling, and homeschool programs before you dive into a new education plan.
We get a lot of questions from parents who want to start homeschooling but don’t know where to start. More than 2 million children are currently homeschooled, which is a 75% increase from 1999. It is no longer a niche, it’s a movement. Changing your education plan is a big decision. Use this downloadable Getting Started Homeschooling Guide to consider state policies, types of homeschooling, and home school programs before you get started.
The home school program that you choose is important. Of course, there is no real "right way" to homeschool, but it's best to dive in with a smart education strategy tailored to your family's needs. Reasons to homeschool vary from family to family, but getting started is always the hard part. Let this guide be helpful to you as you make the best choices for your family, and your child's education.
The Getting Started Homeschooling Guide includes:
Getting started checklist (Tip: New homeschoolers should print this page!)
Legal policies by state
Explanations for 8 types of homeschooling
Curriculum suggestions for each type of homeschooling
A list of resources that new homeschoolers should bookmark
Total of 15 downloadable pages that you can print or save onto any device
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