The Benefits and Downsides of Homeschooling Story

The concept of homeschooling is not new; it has been around for a very long time. However, there has been a surge in homeschoolers and the diversity of people adopting the practice in the last two decades.

One study found that homeschoolers have doubled since 1999, reaching 1.8 million in 2016. That’s a lot! The current year of writing this is 2022, and we know (based on recent events) that that number should be hitting 3 million now. Why?

The Covid-19 pandemic happened! And we saw schools across the country shut down and begin to offer alternative means of education, including hybrid models and virtual learning.

The Benefits of Homeschooling

As a parent, this is one of the biggest attractions of homeschooling your child. You can choose and plan and execute. And all of this is possible because you are the homeschool planner, principal, manager, and teacher in this school.

The Flexibility to Plan Your Schedule

Relationships are stronger and better when there is communication, companionship, and support. You can achieve all of these fairly easily when you homeschool.

Strengthens Parent-Child Bond

With your children within your reach every day, ensuring they get the best care is more effortless. You can make it happen by providing healthy food cravings, exercise routines, getting enough rest, and daily nutrient requirements.

Ensures Our Children Get the Best Care

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