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Advice for DACA participants about Homeschooling High School
This past Tuesday, President Donald Trump ordered an end to the Obama-era program, DACA, that shielded undocumented immigrants brought to the US illegally by their parents when they were quite young. While most are now young adults, some are still of high school age, some are homeschooling, and some are considering homeschooling as a way to maybe hide from I.C.E.
Homeschooling a 7 Year Old
Children grow up so fast. Before you know it, your two-year-old toddler is suddenly turning seven. And when that happens, you must adjust not only your parenting techniques, but also your educational techniques. Reading, writing and arithmetic start becoming more prominent during your daily homeschooling sessions.
Homeschooling an 8 Year Old
Now that your child’s turned eight, you’re probably concerned about eight year old behavior how to homeschool an eight year old and what they’re learning about — whether it’s in a traditional school or at a homeschool setting. This is natural for all new homeschoolers — they fret about getting everything right for their children. But there is no perfect solution. You must allow your children and yourself to grow and discover new experiences, homeschool tools, and other helpful resources that will improve their education.
Homeschooling a 9 Year Old
So, your child turned nine and you are concerned about homeschooling a nine year old. Of course you are — even the most experienced homeschoolers get the jitters when starting a new homeschool year. There are milestones that should be reached, important decisions to be made, and a lot of adventures ahead.
Homeschooling a 10 Year Old
10 year olds and Homeschooling One of the best aspects of homeschooling is the freedom you have to successfully educate your child in the manner they enjoy and respond to the most. And since you’re new to homeschooling, you’re probably wondering what homeschooling your ten year old will be like, what similar ten year olds are learning, and what ten year old online curriculum choices other homeschoolers are using.
How to Put a Real Name in Your Facebook Group URL
Having a real name in your Facebook group url will make it much easier for you and your members to remember what it is. I see far too many homeschool support groups on Facebook left with a long chain of numbers at the end of their URLs. Note that you need to do this before your group has 5000 members!