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    Heather5 is offline Junior Member Newbie
    Join Date
    Mar 2012

    Default Hi

    I'm new around here . I have two kids that have been homeschooling since the beginning of they year. I enrolled my two younger ones back in school because I was afraid that I would not be able to cope with all 4 of them.

    My family has relocated and I am really not keen on the idea of switching schools. But the main reason I don't want to put them in is because somewhere along the way my son got lost. He is doing horrible in Math and Reading. I feel I can do a better job.

    My son is my biggest concern and getting him caught up is my main focus for the rest of the year so I am going to enroll him in this program. My main question is, where do I start? I have no clue where he really is at so should I get him started from the beginning or guess and throw him in somewhere in the middle? I feel like it would be better to start from the beginning and maybe have him refresh a bit. Any advice would be appreciated.

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    mamaneedham is offline Senior Member
    Join Date
    May 2009


    Hi Heather,

    I'm glad you asked! I have two resources for you that might help First is the "Getting Started Guide" and second is a discussion forum for families new to T4L. I bet you'll find what you need there. Best wishes to you!
    Mom to five of the world's most incredible kids, and homeschooling all the way!

    "If the schools were perfect, I would still homeschool my children - because it isn't about school. It's about families taking back their children and educating them as they see best. School is only a substitute for the real thing."

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