Top 5 Reasons to Home School Your Kids


Top 5 Reasons to Home School Your Kids

By Katrina Cheshire (homeschool graduate and current teacher) 

In these times of world turmoil and increasing chaos, more and more parents are struggling to find the best solution for their children’s education. If you are on the fence about homeschooling and just can’t decide whether you are up to the challenge, take a minute to read the following encouragements and reasons for homeschooling!

  1. You get to closely monitor everything your child is learning.
  2. Your child can learn at their own pace.
  3. Your child will be able to explore so many other areas of interest in education and beyond!
  4. They will be better prepared for life in every area.
  5. Most importantly, you will be able to show them how every area of school and life can glorify and point to God!

The school system of today is not what it once was. Children, even in private schools, are not receiving the education that they need in order to succeed and stand strong in today’s world. They need the powerful encouragement that a parent’s love can provide, as well as the reinforcement and reminder of Biblical truth all day long! The decision to home school your child can change their life for the better on every level and instill a deep love of learning in them that will last forever. This is the way that God created us to live, and the blessings that will come are worth it all!

Counter Culture Mom Challenge

  • Pray about homeschooling your kids (if you aren’t already), and ask the Lord if this might be His will for you.
  • Do not feel discouraged or disqualified! You do not need a degree in order to give your children a quality education.
  • Katie Bumgarner
    Posted at 15:18h, 07 August Reply

    I heard you talk wth Dennis Prager on his show and found your website. I’m a mom of 3 (4, 8, 13) and deciding to homeschool my kids. Im beyond excited, thrilled and scared to start this adventure in learning with them and to find their love for learning while watching them grow. Do you have any reccomendations on websites or a curriculum that works well with your kids? I’ve read a lot on The good and the Beautiful and love their approach to teaching. But if you have any reccomendations I will gladly love to look into it. Thank you so much


    • Trudi Griffin
      Posted at 18:27h, 10 August Reply

      Hi Katie, Congratulations on the homeschool decision! There are so many curricula for homeschool, it can be overwhelming. Tina uses Abeka for her kids and I know she would recommend that one.
      ~Trudi Griffin, Content Editor, CCM

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