Jan

04

[Infographic] Most Common Advantages of a Homeschooled Child vs a Public School Student


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That is the Question….

Studies have shown that there is a difference between homeschooled children and children in the public school system.

While homeschooling not only produces well-adjusted adults, it gives the parents a chance to spend more time with their children.

There are plenty of benefits of homeschooling your child, and this infographic will delve into those benefits and trends.

It’s not to say that homeschooling is for every child, but it has produced some amazing results.

Take a look at the animated infographic to get some more information about the most common advantages of a homeschooled child versus a public school student.

 

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Homeschools and public schools have their own ways of teaching children how to learn.

While every child is different, it’s important to understand what you want your children to learn.

The public school system has a rigid structure and design that may not be the best learning environment for your children.

Homeschooling allows you to spend more time with your family, and you get to learn new things together.

Studies show how effective homeschooling can be for children, and not just about particular subjects.

No matter which educational direction you decide to take with your child, the one thing you can do no matter what you do is enrich your child with activities that promote learning experiences.

Creation Crate allows not only homeschooling parents a nice science curriculum to use but also parents of public school children a tool to further their learning outside the class rooom.

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You can use this infographic, and also read our other blog article that shares insights on what the most brilliant minds in education think to help you in your decision on what is the best way to teach your children.

 

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