February 11, 2017
/by Keva NE Newbold/Leave A Comment

5 Important Reason To Choose Homeschooling

Homeschooling creates a safe and worry free atmosphere. It is one of the most amazing life changing experiences both parents and children will share. It is where both Parents and children learn together.
Children’s early years are important during the time of their development period. The way they appear to be so eager to learn you will think that their little brain is like a learning machine. This is not only a perfect time TUAC but a most important time to choose the precise form of education. Parents we have a great advantage to start Brain Pumping very early. We have the most important role of creating our very own genius.

To get started with early childhood education homeschooling is a wonderful way to begin. Homeschooling have a great impact on children’s development process. It guarantees a safe, worry free and comfortable environment for children. As you spend time getting to establish your child’s learning patterns, from day one you get to pay close attention to their learning abilities whereas any learning issues can be identified early.

Here are some most important reasons to choose homeschooling:

1 Parental Involvement

You don’t have to be a qualified teacher or book smart to homeschool your child. As a Personal Trainer you are already qualified.  Your child didn’t need a classroom when they were born; from birth to toddler you trained, taught and guide her in the way she should go. As long as you love to read, want to spend quality time with your child and want to see them learn new things you can become a Learning Coach. Pick a school and curriculum that is suitable to your schedule and to your child’s needs. 

2 Independent Learners

Children is to learning as human is to breathing.  Learning comes natural to children. They are born independent (self) learners.  From the day they were born they were interested in learning and exploring their surroundings. They learned to do many things on their own; crawl, walk, talk and even hold things. As they grow they will continue to learn on their own without having to be in a school environment. Homeschooling helps children to be better prepared for college and the career of their dreams.

3 Help is Available to You and Your Child

You and your child do not have to go at it alone. Once you decide to take on this wonderful role as a Learning Coach you can search for other homeschool parents. There are other fellow homeschool parents that are also looking for support, you can support and encourage each other. Your child will be happy to have several other homeschoolers like her around to talk to and ask questions. When both you and your child need help, teachers are only a phone, text or email away, they are always available to answer any questions or problems you need help with.

4 The Benefits and Academic Achievements

One of the greatest benefits of homeschooling is that you can choose any program you and your child desire. Most homeschooling programs give you a choice to select any course your child is interested in studying. This way from in elementary your child will discover whether or not she wants to become a geologist. Your child can work in less time and learn more of what her career choice is than she would in a classroom. You have the ability to equip your child to progress higher in reading and math. After the first few years your child’s academic level can be advanced one to two grades higher.

5 Quality Opportunities and Skills

Your child has the ability to become a part of a team where they can participate in school sports. She can volunteer in their community to collect their community service hours. In order for her not to become bored there are other extra activities she can get involved in; such as dance, music, Karate and many others you can find. They get the opportunity to improve their talent and show off their skills.

Homeschooling has the right early childhood programs to help you with the preparation of your child’s future academic success. There are private and public homeschools. You don’t have to settle for the first one you choose, if you are not satisfied you can always switch to another program with a more flexible curriculum. I switched several times from private to public before I settled for the one that worked for me and my family. Find out what works for your family.




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