Can I wait to start my 5 yr old and instead start him at 6 for kindergarten?
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    Hello, my husband and I are thinking about moving to Hawaii. I'm noticing all the laws which scare me. (We are currently in Illinois). Anyways, both my sons have June birthdays and I have been advised here in Illinois to wait to enroll my oldest in kindergarten until he's six. But I noticed Hawaii laws say the child has to be enrolled at 5. In Illinois its 6 so its not a problem. My question is if its OK if I don't start homeschooling him until the age of 6 for kindergarten. Will they allow that or make me homeschooling him at a 1st grade level?

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    Hello. This is the homeschool law for Hawaii taken from the Homeschool Legal Defense Association. Their information is regularly updated and accurate. https://www.hslda.org/laws/analysis/Hawaii.pdf

    This is from the Hawaii State Department of Education website:
    Hawaii DOE | Homeschooling

    This link has additional information, such as homeschool support groups, homeschool curriculum, homeschool blog and more from the Hawaii State Dpt. of Education:
    https://www.time4learning.com/homesc...n_hawaii.shtml

    Hope that helps.
    Janet
    enjoying homeschooling and learning with my kids, using T4L and T4W
    blogging our homeschool experiences at The Learning Hourglass


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