I am looking to homeschool my son since I had to withdraw him from school, but don’t know how to do so with this curriculum mid year. I am also confused how to purchase.psreitmomParticipant
Welcome! Others can add to this, but if you know what you want to order, go to Bookstore and when you find the item(s) you want, you can add them to your cart and proceed with purchase from your cart.
If you want to begin a SCM guide, you can do half this year and pick up with the last half of the guide in the fall. Don’t try to do the complete guide this school year.Wings2flyParticipant
Welcome! What age/grade? More specific recommendations can be made based on age/grade and the specific curriculum books you are looking at. I would start slowly adding in something new every few weeks as you get the hang of it. Maybe even back away from traditional schooling for a while. Go to museums and the library to pick out good books of interest and to meet any state requirements. Spend time outside as you are able to. Play educational board games. Watch documentaries. Come back to this forum as you need specific help or encouragement.
Unless you are tracking high school credits, you can generally start the curriculum guide at the beginning and set it aside for your breaks, coming back where you left off. There is no classroom to keep up with, so you can move at the child’s pace as their attention and ability allows.
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