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How To Transition To Homeschooling From Public School


Transitioning from regular school (be it public or private), to homeschooling is quite an adjustment for not just the children but the entire family.

Ideally, transitioning from one type of educational experience to another should occur over the summer months to give everyone time to adjust, but such a perfect scenario is not always possible.

Transitioning from a typical school environment to homeschooling can successfully be accomplished during any time of the year, even at a moment’s notice to the child.

But, adapting to the massive school routine change as well as viewing a parent as both a parent and a teacher, cannot be accomplished in a day.

Adjusting your expectations of what both the teaching and learning experience will be like during the first few weeks should be number one on your agenda.

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