When we started homeschooling seven years ago, the only other homeschoolers I knew lived five thousand miles away.
My instinct told me that public school was the wrong environment for my son, who at four years old was already known as ‘the naughtiest boy in the class’. And my intense daughter (six), clearly needed more downtime than her busy schedule could provide.
I knew nothing of my son’s twice-exceptionality or my bright daughter’s intensity. Even after we met other local homeschoolers, I felt out of my depth and wondered what I was doing wrong.
To add to my stress, my kids’ grandparents were vehemently anti-homeschooling. Even my husband thought I was crazy. I was anxious and second-guessed myself at every turn.
Here are 8 things I wish I’d known when we started homeschooling …
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