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Why we Home School

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One of the main reasons we Home School is to have the ability to control what our children are exposed to.

In traditional schools, children are exposed to a wide range of influences, both positive and negative. They may be exposed to peers who engage in harmful behaviors, or to teachers who hold beliefs that are at odds with the values of their families. Homeschooling allows parents to be in control of their children’s environment, which can help to protect them from negative influences and provide them with a more positive learning experience.

Additionally, homeschooling gives parents the ability to tailor the curriculum to their children’s individual needs and interests. In traditional schools, children are often forced to learn at a pace that is not suitable for them, which can lead to frustration and disengagement. Homeschooling allows parents to adjust the curriculum to their children’s abilities, which can help to promote engagement and a love of learning.

Furthermore, homeschooling allows parents to have more control over their children’s socialization. In traditional schools, children are often placed in large groups and are expected to conform to the norms of the group. Homeschooling allows parents to provide their children with a more personalized socialization experience, which can help to promote self-confidence and independence.

Another important aspect of homeschooling is the ability to control the government’s influence in our children’s education. Homeschooling allows parents to be in charge of their children’s education and to make decisions based on their own values and beliefs, rather than having to follow the government’s curriculum, which may not align with the parents’ values.

Homeschooling offers many benefits for parents looking for more control over their children’s education. It allows parents to control their children’s environment, tailor the curriculum to their children’s individual needs and interests, have more control over their children’s socialization and avoid the government’s influence in their children’s education. It’s a way of giving parents the ability to shape their children’s future in the way they see fit.

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