3 Technology Tips for Homeschooling Your Kids

Parents naturally want the best for their children. Determining what that is can be a form of learning from your mistakes. There are always new trends in parenting that people have to decide whether they want to follow them. When it comes to education, the most popular route is public school. Yet, dissatisfaction with the public school system is leading many parents to consider homeschooling. It isn’t as daunting as you think either. In fact, there are many benefits, including these below.

3 Technology Tips for Homeschooling Your Kids

Choose your curriculum

Depending on your location, you may or may not have access to good public schools. Many parents work as hard as they can so that they can afford to live in districts with good schools. This often means paying more for housing. Yet, you don’t have to go that route. You can save money while still giving your child a high-quality education. Instead of waiting for the bloated public school system to choose your child’s curriculum, you can decide.

As a parent, you can figure out how your child learns best and choose an educational path that works best for their needs. You can even accelerate learning in areas where your child excels–in this regard, this is better than paying an arm and a leg for private school. Plus, there are many educational apps to help foster cognitive and creative learning skills within your child. With your motivation and technology, you have all the tools you need to move your child ahead with their educational needs.

A flexible environment

If you are homeschooling multiple children, you can designate a mobile space for teaching. According to an article on Outdoorsy, you might even consider creating an RV office on wheels. All you need are chairs, a board and/or projection screen and computers.

Now, you have a working school that you can take anywhere. You can ask your kids to come in the morning and get out when the lessons are done. It doesn’t even have to take eight hours. Since you are homeschooling only one or several children, you can get through the curriculum much more quickly. Just think of all the hours you can save and use for family fun time.

3 Technology Tips for Homeschooling Your Kids

Character development

At a public school, it can be quite the mixed bag in terms of the attending students. You just never know if kids will be nice or bully your children. Plus, there is a lot of peer pressure at large schools. That peer pressure can lead your children along the wrong path–and, there’s nothing you can do about it since the school has the authority to deal with issues like these.

With homeschooling, you put your children in an environment where they are not exposed to negative peer pressure and bad influences that can be found in public schools. You don’t have to watch their mobile devices all day long for questionable messages and texts.

You don’t have to wonder where they are and if they are listening in class. You can teach your child the types of manners and character development that will lead them to succeed in life.

Some students do thrive in public schools, but many do not. Only you can decide whether homeschooling is the best route for your child.

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Jess Benoit

Jess is a homeschooling mama of 3, wife, gamer, Whovian, Nerd

7 thoughts on “3 Technology Tips for Homeschooling Your Kids

  • I wish this type of technology was around when my son was smaller. I can only imagine the learning process being easier.

  • I have been homeschooling my daughter for 3 years now. She is only 5.5 but is already working on first grade. I plan to homeschool my toddler when he is older too. My third as well. Homeschool is the best option for us.

  • I have a friend who was homeschooled her entire life. From hearing her talk, you’ve hit the nail on the head!

  • Tablets and mobile tech can be such huge helps! We used them often, with lessons, when homeschooling.

  • I agree with Echo, tablets and tech in general can be so helpful! I wouldn’t have considered homeschooling let’s say 10 years ago, but I would definitely do that now.


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