Parenting & Childcare

Is homeschooling good for your kids?

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Would i be able to simply rehash that? No school runs. This implies sleep times and get-up times to suit and, all the more critically, at a more pre-adult well disposed time for young people whose organic tickers move toward the begin of pubescence.
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I think it depends on the situation. There are cases where the parents can't send their kids in a regular school because of health issues, financial difficulties, lack of time especially for parents with 2 or more kids to take care of and a job. But for me, I think it's a lot better to have your kids in a regular school. Social skills should be developed too.
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Homeschooling is fine but attending a regular classes in a regular school is better.
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I think it is okay to have your kids homeschooling. You will be the teacher and you can discipline them the way you want it to be.
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It is okay. I do not have anything against it though I would prefer to send my kids to school so they can develop social skills more and they get to compete academically with other kids.
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It is fine but definitely not better than the regular school. I still want to send my children to a regular school. I want them to learn well how to associate or mingle with other kids. Homeschooling won't help them develop social skills.
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Homeschooling is a little convenient but kids should be exposed to the reality of life. I would still recommend sending your kids to regular schools.
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For the best interest of your children, let them lead a normal life and sending them to a regular school is a huge part of it. Learning along with other kids is so much better.
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For the best interest of your children, let them lead a normal life and sending them to a regular school is a huge part of it. Learning along with other kids is so much better.
I totally agree.
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Homeschooling doesn't expose your kids to people and that could be bad for them in the future. They would miss out on so many things a normal child enjoys in school.
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I prefer that they go to school. They become more well rounded as individuals if they get exposed to different types of people. They also learn how to be competitive when they join sports or clubs.
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Homeschooling protects kids from bullying. It's a huge concern of mine and having them homeschooled shields them from the harm others can do to them. Having one on one education is a lot better also.
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Homeschooling protects kids from bullying. It's a huge concern of mine and having them homeschooled shields them from the harm others can do to them. Having one on one education is a lot better also.
They need to go out and know what it's really like in the real world eventually and they might get shocked if they're too sheltered. They need to learn how to deal with people and learn from those experiences.
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I approve of homeschooling. The quality of education is better because you can really track their progress. You know their strengths and weaknesses and you can work on what needs to be worked on.
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I prefer a regular school. It's much more fun because there are activities and you get to meet lots of people.
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Homeschooling lacks the necessary interaction kids need. It's important for kids to get used to people and homeschooling doesn't give them that chance.
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Homeschooling does have its perks specially if you travel a lot. Celebrities do this and some parents who want to be hands on with their children's learning.
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A school seems a better choice. I would want my kids to be outgoing and competitive. Homeschool lacks that and it's just too convenient.
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I like homeschooling because it's more personal. Schools have so many students you don't get attention form teachers much.
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I don't like homeschooling. I find it very confining. You have very limited exposure and you don't have friends. All you ever do is study.
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