Homeschooling Resources for Parents and Students
There are many options when it comes to homeschooling resources. Traditional approaches focus on teaching subjects through textbooks and worksheets. Hands-on approaches allow students to work with real objects and materials. At My Homeschool, we fall somewhere in between these two approaches. To make your homeschool journey easier, we have included a number of free homeschool resources that will help you make decisions on how you want to homeschool.
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Start with a Basic Plan.
Before choosing homeschool resources, start by thinking about what you want to accomplish. What do you hope to achieve? Are you looking for homeschool resources that will help your child learn maths, science, history, geography or English? Or would you prefer something more flexible? You might also consider whether you want to use a full homeschool curriculum or a more DIY approach. Do you need to apply for homeschool registration in your state?
Decide Whether You Want Online or Offline Lessons.
If you decide to go online, do you need to find a homeschool program that offers both online and offline lessons? Many homeschool resource providers only have online courses, so make sure you check out what they offer before enrolling. At My Homeschool we include online content and homeschool resources that you can print off and use offline.
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Homeschooling is an excellent choice for parents who want to educate their children according to their own beliefs. It offers flexibility and freedom, as well as the opportunity to learn together. However, it also requires planning and preparation.
If you want to look how we do it, then sign up to our free trial for Kindergarten through Grade 10. Check out the timetables, sample homeschool resources, and explore our learning platform.
Homeschooling 101 – A Beginner’s Guide
There are many different ways to homeschool, so it’s important to find one that works well for your family. If you’re new to homeschooling, there are several things you should consider before starting.
- First, make sure you understand how homeschooling will work within your state’s laws.
- Second, decide whether you’ll use a curriculum, teach everything yourself, or try unschooling.
- Third, determine how much money and time you can allocate to teaching your child.
- Fourth, think about the type of learning environment or homeschool method you’d like to offer your child.
- Finally, consider the end goal of homeschooling. Do you want to prepare them for university?
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More Free Homeschool Resources and Information
Getting Started With Homeschooling
How To Start Homeschooling can be confusing but we can give you some direction. Well the good news is that setting your child up for homeschooling can be done relatively quickly. Children are natural learners and you’ll be surprised what your children can learn without you even teaching them…
Homeschool Resources By Subject
My Homeschool resources offer parents an opportunity to teach a homeschool curriculum that raises globally educated children whilst still aligning with the best practices and content of the Australian Curriculum (ACARA).
Find out how to teach we can help you teach in all the key learning areas.
Homeschool Resources Online and Offline
At My Homeschool we decided to make an online schooling community for home educators in Australia. However we know you don’t want your child to be on a device all the time. This is how we mix it up…
Our Learn With My Homeschool uses a Moodle platform for lessons.
Make Your Own Homeschool Planner
Here are some tips for making and organising a homeschool planner. We also give you some tips on DIY planning.
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