Homeschooling Thoughts



Homeschooling in Action
Homeschooling in Action




How do children learn two very difficult skills, walking and talking, without anyone's making a self-conscious effort to teach them? Could children learn other things, even "school" subjects like reading and math, in the same way, by imitating other people's behavior, making mistakes, correcting them on their own, and asking for help when they need it?
-Larry and Susan Kaseman, in "Taking Charge Through Homeschooling"



Homeschooling in Action
Homeschooling in Action




Humiliation and mental oppression by ignorant and selfish teachers wreak havoc in the youthful mind that can never be undone and often exert a baleful influence in later life.
- Albert Einstein



Homeschooling in Action
Homeschooling in Action




Many parents find that listening to their child is one of the most important things they do. It provides clues and insights into how he thinks, what interests him, what he has learned, what his concerns are, etc. It helps parents figure out how to help their children learn.
-Larry and Susan Kaseman, in "Taking Charge Through Homeschooling"