What are the Advantages and Disadvantages of Homeschooling?
Question asked by Kate Becker - August 15 at 11:05 AM
Homeschooling means, teaching your children at home instead of sending them to schools. Homeschooling can be conducted by the tutor, online teacher, and a parent. It is free and legal in most of the countries. The following advantages and disadvantages are defined by the USA’s top professional capstone service provider, USA Capstone Project Writer.
  • Homeschooling eliminates expenses.
  • You can control your children’s diet plan.
  • Pace of learning
  • Control of curriculum courses, you can decide which course your child needs to focus on
  • Religious freedom
  • The flexibility of learning time and schedule
  • Lack of social interaction
  • Lack of confidence
  • Financial restrictions
  • Parent’s time will be absorbed
  • No extracurricular activities

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anatoliaa Replied
August 17 at 2:16 AM
Ahh that is great thank you ! Good for  special needs too ! hole io
samwheeler Replied
September 5 at 3:07 PM
I grew up attending regular school and I must say it was the best thing that I have ever experienced. I got to play with my classmates, experience having lunch at the cafeteria, driving to school, etc. But now due to the circumstances, I had to enroll my kid to homeschool. She seemed to enjoy it, though. As a reward for her being very cooperative, I allow her to play PC games on weekends. Her most favorite game is words with friends 2 on computer. For next summer, I plan on pursuing to download the sims™ freeplay and introduce it to her before she turns 6th grade.

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