For Canadian homeschooling families

Answers for Homeschooling New

Author: Israel Wayne

Publisher: New Leaf Publishing Group

Item #: A103

Pages: 192

Class: Paperback

Price: $17.95

The decision to homeschool is difficult. There is so much to learn, and there are often radical changes that take place in your family. Unfortunately, not everyone will be supportive.

Well-meaning friends and relatives may believe you are going to ruin your child. How can you make sure that you have laid a good foundation for your childs future? How can you respectfully defend your choice to those who disagree with you?

Youve made the decision to homeschool. Suddenly, you find that some of those who were once in your corner supporting you are now questioning your competency as a parent and maybe even your sanity. Their lack of confidence may sting, but in reality, the critic provides a wonderful opportunity to replace fear and stigma with truth and reality. This book equips you to answer the critic in your life with resolve and confidence.

ANSWERS to help you become confident in your homeschooling journey!


Table of Contents

1. Is Homeschooling Legal?
2. Are You Qualified to Teach Your Child?
3. How Can You Afford to Homeschool?
4. Is That How Its Done in Public School?
5. What about Accountability?
6. What about Socialization?
7. Isnt Sheltering a Child Harmful?
8. What about Being Salt and Light in Public School?
9. Is Homeschooling Elitist?
10. Will Homeschoolers Be Good Citizens?
11. What If I Dont Have Enough Patience?
12. What Does Dad Do in Homeschooling?
13. Can Every Family Homeschool?
14. Are You Cut Out for This?
15. Wont I Be Wasting My Own Education?
16. What about Public School at Home?
17. What about Vouchers for Homeschoolers?
18. How Can You Teach Multiple Grades?
19. What about Special Needs Education?
20. What about Extracurricular Activities?
21. What about High School?
22. What about College?
23. How Can You Find Time for Everything?
24. Do You Know What Causes That?
25. How Should I Respond to Opposition?