Let your kids in on your homeschool plan
It is a splendid thing to get excited over activities, curriculum, philosophies, and principles. Maybe we stumble upon something that we know or think our children will love and awaken their learning potential. Perhaps we get carried away with dreams and plans for our children. Either way, you should let your kids in on your homeschool plan.
Wouldn’t it be great if?
It is easy to research, plan, shop and prepare dreams for our children. We can end up putting ideas and goals on them; they don’t even understand. Wouldn’t it be great if we can give them the power to learn why creating goals and aspirations is essential? Wouldn’t it be great to provide them with the ability to choose the best options based on how they learn and their interests? As homeschoolers, we have that power.
It can be life-changing
Getting your children involved in the planning process of your homeschool is extremely important and valuable. Giving your children respect by explaining why you choose a curriculum and or the chance to research and suggest their ideas for topics, curriculum, activities and so on can be life-changing.
Power and excitement
They can develop the ability and knowledge of themselves that will come in handy on their journey through life. Homeschool doesn’t get done to anyone; it is a journey of shared learning that involves all members. Conversations will open doors and excitement on this journey.
Children can find appropriate ideas for their education online, in magazines and books. There is a plethora of information out there and giving them the power to join in on planning their homeschool will open great doors for them.
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Do you let your kids in on the planning process? Do you think it is important to let your kids in on the planning process? Why or why not? Let me know in the comments below!
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