How Do Homeschooled Kids Do When They Return To Public School?
Many of us wonder what would happen if our children were to transition out of homeschooling and into a traditional school setting.
- Would my child be behind?
- How would they do socially?
- Could my child keep up in a classroom?
What It’s Like To Make The Transition Back To School After Homeschooling
In this episode, Cait shares her very real, raw experience as two of her three homeschooled children transitioned back into the school system this year.
Learn what led up to the change and how her kids are doing now that they are back in the classroom.
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- Never Board Learning
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- Her Homeschool Manifesto
- Davidson Young Scholars
- LUS course
- Small Poppies: Highly Gifted Children in the Early Years
- Shawna at Different By Design Learning
- I’m just so glad he didn’t sit on the line
- Celebrate A Book with Mary Hanna Wilson
- Memoir ’44
- Pants are Non-negotiable: A Letter to My 3-Year-Old
- Leave me a voicemail!
2 thoughts on “When Homeschooled Kids Go To Public School [Episode 116]”
This podcast describes my child SO SO MICH!!! Sensory. Giftedness. The excelled ready so early. The kindergarten year. Thank you so much for sharing. My child is 9 and has progressed so much but I wish I was a psychologist to better understand.
Thank you for listening, Leslie!