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Coming soon! For two days only, you can head to the local movie theater and watch a documentary hosted by Kirk Cameron, that delves into the pros and cons of homeschooling, and answers frequently asked questions about it as well. If this is something that you have been considering for your children, what better way to get some insight, then to kick up your feet in the theater (assuming your theater has those fancy recliners so many of them do now) with a tub of popcorn and a soda while soaking in all of the information that The Homeschool Awakening will provide?
Homeschooling was popular for awhile when my oldest two boys were little, and then I didn't really hear all that much about it. I know there were people who were still proponents of it, but it didn't have that boom of popularity like it did previously. Once again however, it is something I am hearing about more and more, and I have been taking note.
My oldest granddaughter is successfully homeschooled, and albeit she has always been a smart cookie, she is absolutely above and beyond her grade and age level because of it. I am certain this is true because as a traditional teacher, I see data all of the time and my homeschooled grandbabe is way past her peers when it comes to education. Her parents took her out of public school when the pandemic hit, and enjoyed homeschooling so much that she never went back. It helps that they both primarily work from home so they were able to easily adjust their schedules to give her the optimum learning experience.
I have another child, my daughter, who has two girls under the age of 3. She has already expressed the desire to homeschool them as well. Her reasons are different from her brother's, but they are just as sound.
Homeschooling is a viable option that parents have. If it is something you have been thinking about, why not head on in to theaters next Monday or Tuesday (June 13th or 14th) to see what Cameron has to share?
Families across the nation are experiencing the homeschool awakening, taking advantage of the freedom and opportunities for self-discovery -- with the world as their classroom. Join award-winning actor, Kirk Cameron, as he dives into the adventures of dynamic American families on a mission to put fun and faith back into learning. The Homeschool Awakening explores the ins, outs, and honest answers to homeschooling’s most frequently asked questions.
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When I went to school is was to learn reading, writing and arithmetic. Many places are into politics and social justice. These kids may not be doing as well because of that. I would home school if I had kids unless I could be sure that they are teaching what they should be teaching.ReplyDelete
Have a fabulous day and weekend, my friend. ♥
I homeschool my kids.ReplyDelete
Homeschooling has always been on my radar, but we never did it. It seemed so daunting. I'm glad I found this.ReplyDelete
I homeschool my kids and I wouldn't have it any other way!ReplyDelete
If I had kids, I'd homeschool.ReplyDelete
I Fe see r my grandkids being in school these days.ReplyDelete
I fear my grandkids going to school these days.ReplyDelete
I think after so many parents had to homeschool their kids during lockdowns more are choosing to do it longer term. So this would be very interesting to make an informed decision xReplyDelete
my kids are struggling with school and i think we need to homeschool againReplyDelete
During Lockdown we had to homeschool our children, and it was a big challenge. Hats off to those who can do it full time!ReplyDelete
That sounds like it would be interesting to watch. I know more have turned to homeschooling over the last few years. This would be useful for them.ReplyDelete
Kirk Cameron is so cool. What a great program for parents especially during these times. The pandemic really shifted the educational scene. I was homeschooled throughout highschool long before it was accepted by society but I'm glad to see that it's more accepting now. Some kids I think thrive more with that one-on-one system than in a class where they tend to get drowned out.ReplyDelete
I've been thinking about homeschooling my teenage kids, but I know it takes a lot of dedication and patience to do it.ReplyDelete
Homeschooling has always appealed to me.ReplyDelete
I would've loved to have home schooled my children who are now adults.ReplyDelete
This looks like a wonderful show for sure and I will have to check this out ;) I loved Kirk Cameron for sure growing up ;)ReplyDelete
Oh wow fascinating I definitely want to watch this. I definitely know there are pros and cons to homeschooling from when we did it over covid. Will be interesting to see what points are covered.ReplyDelete
I admire anyone who can home school their own children, I couldn't do it!ReplyDelete
been wanting to check this outReplyDelete
This looks like a great summer movie to watch with the kids! We have not been to the cinema in a long time and I bet they will enjoy this especially since they were homeschooled during CovidReplyDelete
Interesting documentary on homeschoolingReplyDelete
This sounds like an interesting documentary. I am sure there are a lot of pros and cons to homeschooling.ReplyDelete
Homeschooling sounds like a great idea now with the violence going on in the schools.ReplyDelete
Love to winReplyDelete
This sounds interesting sadly my kids need more than homeschooling can offer :(ReplyDelete
I homeschooled my kids as well. This looks great. Thank youReplyDelete
My sister in law is homeschooling her kids for the next two years.ReplyDelete
I hope everyone stays cool this summer.ReplyDelete
Kirk Cameron has really come around and turned his goof views into something amazing!ReplyDelete
If my kids were in school now I would think about Home Schooling. There is a lot more support and information online about Home School than there was when my kids were in school.ReplyDelete
interesting! I wish I had the time (and patience) to homeschoolReplyDelete
I’m curious if homeschooled students have to take standardized tests.ReplyDelete
I teach for an online (public) school. I am glad that these options are becoming available tor students who cannot attend their brick and mortar school - for whatever reasonReplyDelete