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10 Ways Grandparents Can Support Their Kid’s Homeschool

I still remember the dead silence within the room the primary time I discussed homeschooling in front of my clan. It was a passing comment, something I used to be only considering, yet their response spoke volumes to me.

Years later, as my oldest children were entering middle school, we were faced with some unexpected and quite serious issues within the charter school they were attending. They were serious enough that we either needed to search out a recent school or start homeschooling them. Our original plan was to bring them home for one semester while we found something higher, but in our search, one dead end led to a different dead end, which led us to homeschool until they graduated highschool.

Now that I even have grandkids, I attempt to be supportive of my children’s alternative of education whether I agree or not. Yes, I even have strong feelings about what I feel is best, but I never want my kids to feel unsupported.

As grandparents, our support can play an important role within the success of our grandchildren’s homeschooling journey. By offering love, encouragement, and assistance, we can assist create a nurturing educational environment that not only protects them from cultural overwhelm but in addition provides opportunities for them to take part in fun activities with their peers. 

If you’re wondering how you may best support your kids’s homeschool decision, listed here are ten things to think about.

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