Teach Your Children At Home! last updated June 1 2013
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Teach Your Children At Home!
You won't be alone. Many Australian families choose to educate their children at home. Homeschooling is both rewarding and enjoyable.
You don't need any special educational qualifications to teach your children at home. People from all backgrounds successfully teach their children -- people with university degrees, trade certificates, small business owners, factory workers, people working from home, mums, dads - everyone has the ability to teach their children at home!
The only qualification you need is LOVE for your children. Do you qualify? Yes!
Schools can't, and don't, love your children. They can care for them, look after them and teach them, but the essential successful ingredient in home education is love.
Love brings success to every learning situation.
From the love you offer your children will come the responsibility, commitment and drive to continuously strive for the best education available for your children. Your life-long dedication to your children's health and happiness will drive you to seek out best and most appropriate resources and to facilitate excellent quality learning opportunities and activities for your children. You, too, will become a life-long, passionate learner!
Home education is grounded in love and commitment. A parent's love for a child. A child's love for his or her parent. This is a solid foundation to grow educational success upon.
Do you want to know more?
Are you interested in building strong, enduring and respectful family relationships? Are you interested in becoming involved in healthy, active and interested communities, dedicated to promoting the educational opportunities and well being of not only children, but adults too?
This web site is packed with information about how you and your family can explore the world of homeschooling. You'll find lots of great ideas and tips to help you navigate your way easily into a happy home learning environment.
Homeschooling is empowering!
Become personally involved in your children's education. Be there to mark those special learning moments. To share in the delight of discovery. To guide your child through the trials and tribulations of childhood. The excitement, the awe, the anticipation, the wonder.
Teach your children at home today!
"Little children love the world. That is why they are so good at learning about it.
For it is love, not tricks and techniques of thought, that lies at the heart
of all true learning. Can we bring ourselves to let children learn
and grow through that love?" John Holt, How Children Learn
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Since 1989 Beverley Paine has steadfastly promoted and supported home education as an educational choice for Australia families. Her books and websites aim to demystify education, gently deschooling families so that they may meet their children's individual and unique educational and developmental needs. Her honesty, insights and wealth of experience continues to bring hope, reassurance and confidence to families. Beverley publishes her recent articles, tips and links to resources in her quarterly magazine, Homeschool Unschool