Most parents complain that their child does not concentrate on his/her academic pursuits, but instead whiles away the time, playing with toys. For such parents, and all others, educational toys have come like a breath of fresh air and a ray of hope.[…]
Studies show that the training or degree of parents is not an essential factor in the success of homeschooled children. More critical than a degree or a college diploma is your concern, commitment, and eagerness to give your child the best kind of education that he/she deserves.
Why So Many Families are Making the Homeschool Choice.
It is no secret; homeschooling is becoming the more and more popular choice for families seeking the best education for their students. And the advantages of homeschooling are so vast that you could easily encounter ten different homeschooling families and hearten distinct advantages of homeschooling.
The time has come for your child to begin his education, and you faced the ever-present question: What should I choose? Homeschooling or Public Schooling?
Both offer advantages and disadvantages, and we will discuss some of them in this article as it is best to know all the facts before making the decision.
As you know, schoolhouse teachers prepare for their career path through many hours of course work, methodology classes, and student teaching before they begin teaching school. So how in the world could a parent without such training and preparations expect to be able to successfully home school their children?
A homeschooling education is a prized asset to anyone’s background. It demonstrates independent work completed on time, often reflecting an education well above the average education level of that from a public or private school.
Children have an existing knowledge of shapes. They play with blocks of different shapes. They keep blocks one upon another and build houses, bridges, cars, etc.
How do they learn shapes?
First, they do the physical handling of the shapes and second is the visual perception. Shapes are there in the world around us. Just have them look around the house and point out rectangular doors, circular tables, shapes of street signs in the neighborhood, etc. […]