Friday, April 20, 2012

Why They Homeschool

I wrote before about our journey on learning about homeschooling here. Earlier this year, we unofficially began to home-school Max. It's unofficial because I don't really use any 'formal' curriculum (he is still preschooler after all); just being intentional in teaching him mainly reading, writing, and math, in addition to teach him about God, His Words, and 'Practical Life' skills. I can't thank God enough for the chance and the experience. It is such a blessing and privilege to be along his side learning new things and acquiring new skills. We take this one year and a time and see how it goes.


Remember my post on my favorite blogs? I was surprised to learn that many of them homeschool their children. Some of them post the reasons why they chose to do so. I just put the link here for my own reference.

A letter to the world (why we homeschool) by Shaun Grove
Off the Cliff by Ashley@Handmade Home
Why be crazy enough to homeschool @ AHolyExperience
Why I Homeschool My Children @ TheFrugalGirl
Why I Homeschool, and What My Approach Is @ Thepioneerwoman.com
Why we choose to homeschool (The Mayans made us do it!) @FiveJs
More on Homeschooling @WomenLivingWell
Why Do We Want to Homeschool? @Passionate Homeaking
12 Most Compelling Reasons to Homeschool Your Children by public school administrator
Why we homeschool by Heidi @Mt. Hope Chronicles
Why I still homeschool by Edie @ Life in Grace



1 comment:

  1. Thanks for this. We are going to start ours in public but want to be ready to adjust if needed, great to have a good resource for a starting place in mind!

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