With mounting concerns about excessive and the quality of public education, parents are increasingly considering alternative home schooling. According to the US Department of Education, the number of students being home-schooled is about 1 million and growing.
Although there are many philosophies and approaches to home schooling, all parents want to see their children reach their full potential. Here are some tips from SFK Special media for children Corp., a company that develops learning programs at home Read Ent.
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* Involve your child in the curriculum. Let your child choose some workbooks for each subject, but directs him to the appropriate grade level. The more your child is involved in the process, it will be more excited about the subject.
* Establish separate from your home to serve as a "class." This should be a place that is comfortable and free of distractions.
* Connect with other home-schooling families through community groups or online. Such groups often organize field trips, discuss approaches to home schooling and share stories and advice.
* Keep your child active. Important that children are home-schooled socialize with others. Encouraging your child to be active in sports, music, or the clubs, just as every child who attends school.
Look for the "teaching moment." For example, if you bake cookies at home, ask your child how much you baked. If you take a walk to the park, turning it into a lesson in science and nature.
* Use a unique learning tool to keep your students interested. SFK's reading a movie, for example, improve reading, comprehension and vocabulary and entertaining at the same time.