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discussing accredited homeschool education
all done from a distinctive biblical worldview
The first thing is to know and accept each child’s personality and approach to learning for what it is because fighting it will only bring frustration for both you and the student. Every child has a unique way of learning information, processing the material and being able to complete assignments with effective study habits. Whether you have one student or several, success is built on knowing their learning style and how best to get them to focus and learn what it is they need to know.
Organization balanced with flexibility is the hallmark of every great homeschooling experience. This means having a scheduled start/end time is important, but it may be different depending on what works best for your children. Having them all on the same schedule is easiest and a good way of starting when they are younger but as they transition into middle and high school, be aware that it may be more beneficial to let them adjust the times so they can do better with the work.