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Tips and Tricks for Effective Homeschooling, Part 1
Before getting help with homeschooling, it’s important to begin with a clear idea of what a successful outcome should look like. The first step consists of beginning with the end in mind. What do you want your child’s life to look like by the time they finish their period of homeschooling with you? Once you answer this question, then you can decide what curriculum and activities fit best into your child’s homeschooling experience. Also, do not try to recreate the school experience at home. Second, let homeschooling be its own environment. The need for desks, stations, recess, and schedules are options, not requirements. Going back to the first point, think deeply about what you want your homeschooling experience to look like and then take steps to create that environment.
When it comes to focus, do not be afraid to change the environment that your child experiences while learning. You can do this by sending your child outside, to the library, to the park, or to the coffee shop if their behavior does not match your desire for their growth. This can really help for your motivation and that of your child’s as well. This does not have to be a drastic change of location either. Simply by turning on some music, lighting a scented candle, or even grabbing a snack, you can make a big difference in your child’s focus levels so they can accomplish their learning goal for the day.
Tips and Tricks for Effective Homeschooling, Part 2
Next, use the element of surprise to shake your children from their routine. You can do this by taking them on a field trip or giving them a team challenge to work on together. The key here is to get creative and take advantage of the fact that you are not in a public school. You don’t have to follow a calendar and you can quickly adapt your game plan to the changing environment in order to get your end goal.
Finally, don’t expect yourself to be an expert in every subject. While it works great to have curriculum, there will be some areas of learning where the content needs an additional push. You can take advantage of this by finding a homeschool tutor to meet with online. They can bring their enthusiasm and insider knowledge to supplement the learning of your child and give homeschooling help. In this way, there never needs to be a dip in quality regardless of the subject studied.