Posts Tagged ‘Homeschooling’

Jun 2009
16

Homeschool Guitar Lessons!

Have you ever seen a great teacher that made you want to steal them to teach in your homeshool?

Have you ever seen someone who is a great teacher, and you wish you could clone them and package them so they could teach your homeschooling students? Well, for homeschooling teachers, Legacy Learning has done that for you!  Now, offering guitar lessons while you home school has become much easier. This new course helps the teacher (because they don’t have to be a guitar player) as much as it helps the guitar student.

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Learn and Master Guitar, Piano, or Painting Homeschool Student Editions

There is also a homeschool piano course and an oil painting course! NO musical skills or art skills are needed to use these with your students. The guitar course offers:

  • Guitar lessons on 20 DVDs
  • Guitar student workbook with all the songs and exercises that are in the DVDs
  • Teacher’s resource DVDs
  • Reproducible weekly practice logs
  • 68-page teacher’s guide with  comprehensive Scope-and-Sequence
    to help prepare for the student’s lessons
  • Jam-Along CDs for students to play along with a real group of musicians to get the “feel” of playing in a band
  • Online Community & Student Support

This is a 2-year course and with the resources you’ll know what your child or student should be learning all the way through for each week. The lessons are planned out for you.

Read more about the piano or painting lessons at: Learn and Master Guitar Homeschool Student Editions. And for special price savings read this: money-saving information

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Apr 2009
26

The First Steps In Homeschooling

Posted: April 26th, 2009 | Author: admin | Categories: Homeschooling | Tags: , , , , , ,
Christopher Byrnes asked: Education is a very important aspect in a human being’s existence. He needs education to nurture his craft, hone his talents, and...
Christopher Byrnes asked:


Education is a very important aspect in a human being’s existence. He needs education to nurture his craft, hone his talents, and provide him with all the possible answers to all of the wonders in this world.

Parents know this fact, that’s why they would always want the best for their children. In this manner, when the concept of home schooling was introduced into the society, they have been astonished with the fact that there are still other ways in educating their children.

At first, opting for home schooling is such an overwhelming matter. Most parents thought that it is impossible to teach a child through home schooling method.

On its basic concept, home schooling refers to the alternative way of educating children. It differs from the usual type of schooling because the learning process is done at home and the teachers are usually the parents themselves. They only use a particular type of teaching method that can be obtained in different institutions that provide home schooling programs.

Home schooling had provided many advantages and benefits to both parents and children. This is why many parents have opted for home schooling in providing their child the indispensable education that their children need.

However, some parents find home schooling a daunting task. So, for parents who find home schooling a bit of an overwhelming task, here is a list of some tips on how to get you started in home schooling your child:

1. Arrive at a decision

The problem that most parents encounter when opting for home schooling is the fact that they find it hard to finally decide whether to home school their child or not. This is because deciding on this kind of thing is relatively important especially because the future of the child is dependent on it.

However, the choice should be based on the capacity of the parents to conform to the requirements in home schooling their child. They should be able to wholly participate with whatever items that were entailed in the program in order to provide the best education for their children.

2. Keep in mind that home schooling is a process

Since home schooling is a process, parents who want to home school their children should take things one at a time. For instance, if they have a pre-school child, they should focus more on what pre-school students should learn. They should not delve more on how to teach higher levels of education that are fit for students in higher levels.

3. Know your state laws regarding home schooling

In the United States, each state has its own laws regarding home schooling. Hence, it is best to know what your state asserts about home schooling so that you can provide the best education for your children in conformity with the law.

4. Look for a support group

Home schooling should not be the sole responsibility of the parents. That is why it is important for the parents to find a local support group, wherein they can mingle with other homeschoolers who can provide them with additional pointers regarding the process.

Each member in the support group can help each other regarding the best technique in teaching their children.

5. Do your homework

Nothing can get you started on the right track than doing your homework first. In this way, you will be able to know the important details you need to be familiar with in order to provide the best education for your children.

Knowing what you have to do will give you the best guidance in home schooling.

6. Identify your child’s learning manner

It is best to assess your child’s learning manner first before you choose on a particular home schooling method. Conforming to your child’s learning manner will provide the best way on how to home school your child.

There are many choices available when teaching your child through a home school program. Though it is still best to always pattern the program that you will choose on your child’s learning style.

7. Organize the things needed in home schooling

Just like a typical school, home schooling your children would also need different materials and a proper place where they can easily and comfortable learn new things each day.

Hence, it’s best to organize the place first by providing them with an adequate space for their learning. Most children would respond to the process easily if they were comfortable with the place where their classes are held.

8. Have a budget for home schooling

Some parents tend to over indulge with the materials needed in home schooling. It does not necessarily mean that because you have lowered your expenses because you have opted to home school, as compared to sending your children into a typical public or private school, you can spend more.

It is still a must that you have to set a budget for home schooling. There are many books and other materials that can be found on the Internet which are definitely priced cheaper.

Indeed, home schooling is not just a process but also a lifestyle. It’s something that parents should be best acquainted with in order to give their children with the best education they need.



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