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6 Tips for Transitioning to Homeschooling Mid-Year

Starting to homeschool in the middle of a school year may not seem ideal, but these tips will help make transitioning to homeschooling mid-year easier for you and your child.  Not everyone begins their homeschooling journey at the beginning of the school year. While it is more common to start a homeschool year in September, some families find themselves needing (or wanting) to transition to homeschooling mid-year.  The beauty of homeschooling is the flexibility that it provides you and your family. So, if you're considering beginning a homeschooling journey don't let the current time of year keep you from starting.    6 Tips for Transitioning to Homeschooling Mid-Year 1. Research  homeschool laws  in your state Each state has its own specific laws for homeschooling. You'll want to ensure that you follow the requirements your state has for homeschooling especially if your child might ever go back into the public-school education system and/or go to college.  2. Give yourself

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