The Best Ways To Teach Your Kids At Home
There are a lot of reasons why one might choose to home school their children rather than sending them to public school. Whether that reason be because you would rather them be at a private school but one isn’t available in your area or maybe you just don’t feel safe sending your kids to public school and you feel you could do a better job at teaching them what they need at home. It is a lot of work nonetheless and you are going to need a planner and some sort of schedule to go off of so that way your kids are still getting the education that they need even if you want to take out the stuff that they might not. Not only for learning purposes but you also want to keep your child on a schedule so that they are still in their daily routine. Give them the weekends off but on weekdays make them get up at an early time and go about your school day until 2 or 3 which is when most kids come home.
If you are working with smaller kids and toddlers, it may be baby wise to be less aggressive with the schedule. It can be hard to keep the littlest ones on a daily routine so you can try other methods of teaching them. You can tackle one subject a day so that they take in the information and not too much is put on their brains at once. You can go to the park and teach them about nature and animals and bugs on Thursdays and on Mondays you could do reading and spelling. The schedule can be arranged however you want it to be but you should keep it consistent so that way, even if it’s only 3 days a week, your little one will know what to expect.
There are also a lot of different online learning programs that is made for kids of all ages and, with help, can be used by even the littlest of students. There are reading and spelling websites that will teach your toddler how to spell their name and teach them how to spell and read other basic words such as; Cat, dog, house, or bus. And for the bigger kids, Kindergarten and up to about 12th grade, you can get a math program that will teach anything from basic addition to algebra. And not only that, but some of these programs offer more than just a single subject. You can plan a whole day’s worth of schooling on a single website, teaching your kids everything from history to math and even to science.
And if you are worried about your kids not being able to hang out with and make friends while being home-schooled, there are a lot of different groups that you can join everywhere. There are some groups that set up a specific day to meet at the park so all of the kids can learn and play together and have fun.