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Homeschool Benefit #3: Parents Can Choose Materials That Fit Their Religious Beliefs

 

Homeschool  Benefit #3: Parents Can Choose Materials That Fit Their Religious Beliefs

Thirty years ago when my husband and I began homeschooling my younger sister and we had a little one-year-old toddler, all the homeschooling buzz was teaching our children the Bible and protecting them from bad teaching at school in terms of humanism. Humanism was a buzzword at that time, and those of us who were seeking homeschooling were going to keep our children from being indoctrinated by it. Here we are thirty years later, and there are many other dangerous teachings in government schools besides just the original homeschool enemy of humanism.

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Homeschool Benefit #2: Children Can Learn At Their Own Pace!

 

Homeschool Benefit #2

This homeschool benefit is especially important to me. When I first learned about homeschooling, I happened to be in my very last semester at Ball State University studying elementary education. I read four books by Dr. Raymond Moore as I was
graduating and finishing up my degree. (I was given these books by someone
in my church.)

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Homeschool Benefit Number One: Spending Every Day Together

I thought it would be fun to have a series called homeschool benefits. I
think a lot of times after we have homeschooled for so long, we begin to
take for granted all of the benefits and all of the good things that come as
a result of our homeschooling.

Homeschool Benefit #1: Spending Every Day Together
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