Schools are still closed, and it can feel overwhelming to homeschool children. Sometimes you just need help. Below are 4 resources for homeschooling.
- Local Library- Libraries offer a lot of resources. You can even have access to free tutoring, virtual storytimes, digital books & magazines, and even free streaming of shows and movies. All you need is a library card!
- Friends & Family- Chances are that you know someone who is available and smart. Ask your friends and family if they can help your children with an assignment virtually if you are having difficulty explaining a subject, or it has been a long time since you have reviewed the material yourself, and you need a little help.
- Teachers- Try asking your children’s teachers, but make sure you have specific questions. The better you can focus your questions, the better teachers can help. They are dealing with a lot of things too, so be considerate.
- Search Engines- Sometimes searching online can be very helpful. You can find tutorials that break down subjects, or you can get ideas for projects. Even a question like, “how do you do long division” can lead you to some great tutorials that you can use to help your children with their school work, or if your children are independent and self- disciplined, they can go through the tutorials themselves.
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