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There are many good reasons to homeschool. Perhaps you want the ability to choose the best curriculum for your child, or school is not a good fit. Maybe your child has endured bullying or is bored and unchallenged. Perhaps you want closer relationships with your children and want more flexibility in your schedule. Perhaps your child is an asynchronous learner and you'd like to avoid labeling and have more flexibility. Or maybe you'd just like to have learning be a joyous experience again like it was when they were younger. Any or all of these are a good reason to homeschool.
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Studies debunk the effectiveness of too much homework. They say children need more sleep and less crowded schedules. That they need more downtime, more time to dream, and more time to experiment and play.
All of that is possible with homeschooling. Freeing your child's schedule from commuting, unuseful homework and busy work while increasing the fun factor and selecting individualized curriculum, classes, and a schedule that works for your family can have a tremendously positive effect on your child by changing the learning environment.
The socialization concern? It's a big myth. Let me tell you why and show you how homeschooling is akin to real life and a more desirable type of socialization.
I have been encouraging new homeschoolers and helping them get started for over 11 years. I have homeschooled for over 14 years and am very active in the San Francisco Bay Area homeschool community as an activities organizer, volunteer, and conference speaker. I have successfully launched my kids into college. My specialty is uplifting parents and turning the fear of change and the unknown into relief and excitement about the possibilities and freedoms that homeschooling brings.