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Sometimes, people just do not know what to say. This couldn’t be more true than when a family makes the decision to become a homeschooling family. Often, family members, public school teachers, friends, or even strangers will give opinions rather than encouragement while seasoned homeschoolers will give advice that can be overwhelming. Today, we’re sharing our top things not to say to a new homeschooler.
- 5 Things You Should NEVER Say to an UNEXPECTED Homeschooler by Caitlin
- What a New Homeschooler Doesn’t Need to Hear from You by Emily
- So, Your Loved Ones Have Decided to Homeschool… by Misty
- What New Homeschoolers Should Never Hear by Adelien
- The WORST Parts of Homeschooling by Karyn
- Things You Should NEVER Say to a New Special Needs Homeschooler – by Jennifer
- Things You Should Never Say to Those That Homeschool High School by Heidi
- 9 Things Not to Ask a New Homeschooler (And 1 to Ask Instead) by Karen
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