How to Know if Your Child is on Track

June 21, 2019

Jeannette Tuionetoa

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Everyone’s a critic. The homeschool critics are everywhere as well. Many have even taken it upon themselves to share why they feel other children may not be on track. Don’t you love these homeschooling experts who tell you how to know if your kids are on track?

how do you know if your kids are on track? homeschool critics ask

Well, the truth is homeschooling has provided the freedom for families to educate their child and to work with their child right where they are. When our children are compared to other children we are no better than putting them in a class full of students expecting them to be at the same level as all the other 24 plus kids.

This post shares some awesome things that we can say to combat this type of homeschool critic productively and in a kind manner. You will also learn how to actually determine if your child is on track, but better yet make sure that you stay away from comparing them to other children.

Here are some resources to help you research and determine your child’s level and how to help.

Explore this insight about your children and educational levels and how to help them vice comparing them to others from Tina’s Dynamic Homeschool Plus.

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