What's Holding You Back?
Many people are interested in homeschool for one reason or another, but often dismiss the idea due to lack of familiarity and information coupled with misconceptions of what homeschooling looks like. Don't let doubt intimidate you, because you CAN homeschool.
What Makes a Parent Qualified?
You are qualified to homeschool your children: you love to spend time with them, love to explore the world with them, love to see them learn new things and, most important, love them. BUT where do you start? Here are some resources to help you get started.
What does Oklahoma Say About Homeschooling?
The more you learn about homeschool the more informed you are to make a decision for your family. We are blessed to live in possibly the most supportive, regulatory-free state when it comes to homeschooling. Learn the laws regarding homeschool. OK laws are listed at OCHEC website for your convenience.
Will My Children Get Lonely and Miss Out On Socialization?
Children do not need to be socialized in a large group of same-age children to become well adjusted socially. Quite the opposite. Most parents want their children to learn their social graces from adults, not other children. Support groups offer opportunities for activities with other children and provide support to parents who feel overwhelmed and unsure at times. Here is a list of Support Groups in Oklahoma.
Share Homeschooling With Others
Are you wanting to help a friend get started on their homeschool journey, here’s more information to share.