All You Ever Wanted to Know About Homeschooling

The most common response I get when I tell people that I homeschool is total shock. I mean, people are polite enough, but there is that awkward pause right after the words come out of my mouth, where they stand there with their mouth open. They are usually quick to recover, stating something along the lines of, “Wow! I could never do that! I don’t have enough patience with my kids.” Or maybe it’s, “I’m not organized enough to homeschool.” Or maybe even, “Do you not live in a good school district?”

I have found that the discussion is my blog is no different. The topic that I get the most comments on is homeschooling. Usually when I write a post about homeschooling, the traffic on my blog goes up for several days.

In response to these things, I decided to do a series of posts that answers every question you might have about homeschooling (well, almost all of them anyway). We will cover our decision to homeschool, how we choose curriculum, what about socialization, what we do all day, and the benefits and challenges we have seen. Do you have other questions you’d like to ask? If you’ll leave a question in the comments, I’ll be happy to answer it. Just curious about something? I’ll be happy to address it. We’ll start the series this week, so ask away!

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