Our Imaginative Adventures In Home Education
Hello,Ive been looking into home education, and from facebook group I found you live locally to me :-) I am about to move to Griffith though and my daughter who is 4 was going to start school next year. She wants to learn so badly, but due to her being on the younger side, and her social anxiety Im thinking home schooling might be a great option for her... either short term or long term.I was wondering how you know what to teach your children. I had a look at your blog and Im thinking 'WOW, I would never have thought of that.' A little advice would be helpful :-) If you have the time.
Well according to the law I have to teach the NSW curriculum, details of which can be found on the board of studies website. That is just what the children must cover, it's up to individuals HOW they chose to cover it. I also add in extra things specific to the children's needs.You might find this post useful: http://creatingandeducating.blogspot.com.au/2013/01/planning-2013.html I would suggest you find out where your local group meets and go there and ask lots of questions. There are many different approaches to home education so everyone has a different way of doing things.more on styles in this post:http://creatingandeducating.blogspot.com.au/2011/10/home-education-styles.html