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Disadvantages of Public Schools and Dismantling Your Child's School

Disadvantages of Public Schools

When we send our children to public schools, we are satisfied that they receive 'quality education'. But, do we really get the value of our money? More importantly, do children get something from this kind of learning procedure?

Socialization was praised as one of the school's biggest advantages. This is a place where children take the basics of social skills that help them survive. But actually, children who go to school can only interact with their friends. He might bully younger or older children. He doesn't know how to behave with adults. This is because in the school environment he only interacts with his friends. The homeschooling environment brings a more natural social environment.

Ordinary school children cannot read literature. He can't keep quiet or think deeply about one thing. The artificial 'busyness' imposed on him by the school does not allow quiet reflection. Rude and destructive behavior, as seen among peers, is more visible in schools.

There is a little old knowledge among regular school visitors because most things are learned for exams. There is no correlation of facts with life. The child might know a lot, but very little understood. This is where homeschoolers beat ordinary school viewers. In the end, homeschoolers appear more adept at dealing with the outside world.

Dismantling Your Child's School

Not going to school is the most fluent homeschooling style. There is no curriculum and no limits are set. Many parents feel a little worried about such freedom. However, not even going to school has certain guidelines that make it a good method for homeschooling

First, allow your child to express interest. Let him choose the topic. If he wants to learn about flowers, tell him about the various flowers, their functions, parts of flowers, rare flowers etc. But don't overdo it. Give him the freedom to stop when he's enough. This learning process may take a month or a day. It's up to the child to decide how much he wants to study.

Expand your child's area of ​​interest using videos, books, magazines, puzzles and games. Go to the museum or take him to the library. Simultaneously, expand your own interests. The more you know, the more children learn.

Pay attention to all opportunities for learning. When in the kitchen, show vitamins in fruits and vegetables. What makes red tomatoes, and why are leafy vegetables good? If you don't know the answer, don't worry. Look at that. Finally, don't worry if the trip is slow. This is the way children learn. Give them time and lots of encouragement.

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