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The Homeschool Awakening is in theaters June 13 and 14 only

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The Homeschool Awakening is in theaters June 13 and 14 only

Grab the family or just your significant other and head to the theaters July 13 and 14! Kirk Cameron presents The Homeschool Awakening. With the pandemic that shut down schools, families got a taste of teaching from home. The difference between distance learning and homeschooling, as described in this presentation, is that distance learning is still public school structured – their curriculum and schedule only logging in by a certain time to begin the day. Homeschooling is 100% controlled by parents- parents choose the curriculum, schedule and routine.

There are many benefits to public schools, especially for households with parents who work out of the home full time. However, you can still work and homeschool…it is very possible. But, there are so many questions around homeschooling. Do they socialize? Can they get into colleges? What about skills or even scholarships? Homeschooling has zero effect on any of these. In fact, you can give them some fantastic social interaction opportunities.

I work at our local high school and value our teachers and admin and my son enjoys school and the clubs and sports offered. Since we came back after Covid we have many families who teach at home and those kids are on the sports teams and at events. This is going to be such a great film for those on the fence. For kids who are struggling in a classroom or school campus and for those who’s kids or teens spend more time in discipline meetings rather than in the classroom, these kids might need a different way to learn. This is for those families. It is also for families who want to spend more time with their kids and grow with them. You can teach what you want in the guidelines of learning. You can add worship and co-op opportunities. Connecting with other homeschool families is very common and these kids are thriving. There is another way and you learn so much watching The Homeschool Awakening.

All of the answers to your homeschool questions and resources are in the Homeschool Awakening website here!

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Molli Taylor

I love the idea of making homeschool more accessible to parents who feel overwhelmed bu it

Cindy Merrill

The online guide to Homeschooling for Working moms is very interesting and very informative,

Amy

I have homeschooled for 14 years but don’t follow a lot of homeschoolers on social media, so interested to see what courses there are and what the how to guide has to say.

Maryann D.

This catches my eye: The COURSE:HOMESCHOOLING FOR WORKING MOTHERS- CAN IT BE DONE?

Michele Pineda

Guides and courses are always helpful, and this explains homeschooling very well.

Susan Smith

I like that you can download the guide Starting Your Homeschool and schedule a private consultation over Zoom.