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How to Begin Homeschooling in Georgia
You've decided to homeschool your child! But what comes first? For many parents, knowing where to begin in the homeschooling process can be confusing. Although there seems to be so much information available, it may be hard to get your questions answered. We've put together some resources to start you on your journey, giving you the information and motivation you need to successfully begin to homeschool in Georgia.
Dear New Homeschooler
Mary McCarthy
A veteran homeschooler discusses the fears, worries, myths, and pitfalls new homeschoolers may face.
Frequently Asked Questions about Homeshcooling in Georgia
Georgia Home Education Association (GHEA)
This is a list of frequently asked questions covering all you need to know to get started home educating your children in Georgia.
Georgia Homeschool Law 101
MahoganyHomemaker
This is a great, informative video covering all the issue regarding the legality of homeschooling in Georgia.
Getting Started in Homeschooling: The First Ten Steps
Mary Pride
Homeschooling has some surprising benefits. Here's how to start enjoying them! Are you thinking about homeschooling but aren't sure it's for you? Don't know where to start? This article details some of the first steps you need to take.
Getting Started: Homeschooling in Georgia
Atlanta Homeschool
Setting up and maintaining your homeschool under Georgia law is a fairly straightforward process. Here’s what you need to know.
Homeschooling in Georgia Do's and the Don'ts
Jeanne Marie Kerns
If you have thought about homeschooling your child in Georgia, the first thing you need to do is educate yourself on what you can and cannot do. Every state has its own guidelines when it pertains to homeschooling. Here you will learn the do's and the don'ts of homeschooling in the state of Georgia.
Homeschool-Where Do I Begin
Kay Green
You have decided to home school your children. You have been thinking and praying about it for some time. As September approaches you know it is time. Where to start? The choices seem overwhelming.
How Can You Begin Homeschooling? Start!
Jessica Hulcy
"I am not trained. I am not smart enough. I will ruin my children!" These are often the first thoughts of parents considering homeschooling. This short discussion of a simple Christian approach to the beginning of your homeschool journey offers encouragement and information to make it easy to just start homeschooling.
How to Begin Homeschooling
Brian L. Boley
A good discussion of the common pitfalls new homeschooling parents face: too much structure or not enough structure. Some of these ideas won't work for everyone, but there are some interesting approaches to a balanced homeschooling learning environment.
How to begin homeschooling in Georgia
Cassandra Furby
The decision to homeschool is not one to make lightly. It requires commitment, availability, and money. There are a number of steps needed to be able to homeschool your child legally in Georgia. Not all steps are easy, and not all resources are actually homeschool resources.
How to Get Started Homeschooling in Georgia
Georgia Home Education Association (GHEA)
A short introduction to the logistics of starting to homeschool in Georgia.
How to Start Home Schooling in Georgia
ehow
Parents in the state of Georgia have the right to homeschool their own children. While state law does list some specific homeschooling requirements, Georgia homeschool law is not as strict as many states. School superintendents may request that documents be turned in to show compliance to the law, but local school superintendents are not allowed to require parents to turn in documents that prove compliance. Any parent who wants to homeschool their children in Georgia may do so at any time of the year. A very basic primer to beginning to homeschool in Georgia.
Know Your Students: Identify Their Personal Learning Styles
Inge P. Cannon, HSLDA
Educators have many ways of defining and describing the way people process information including learning personalities, modalities, and styles. The simplest to understand and apply involves three categories: lookers, listeners, and movers. It is helpful for a teaching parent to know his own learning style as well as the preferred learning style of each child in the family for several reasons.
Some Practical Advice for New Homeschoolers
Homeschool Central
The thought of homeschooling your children may seem quite overwhelming at first. There are so many questions going through your head. Where do I get curriculum, what curriculum should I use, can I really do this, and of course what about socialization? Let me put your mind at ease. It's not as difficult as it looks.
The Path to Success
HomeHearts.com
So, you have made the decision to educate your children at home. Before taking the next step, think about the things you shouldn't do. One of the biggest mistakes we make is following current logic or someone else's idea of what is best. Your family has been uniquely designed with a specific purpose in mind.


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