One of the things we are contacted for, almost on a daily basis, is who to call and how to enroll their child in the School of Tomorrow homeschooling program. Since these are answered in the FAQ page of Christian Homeschooler, I do not anymore individually answer each query.
For your information, aside from School of Tomorrow, there are other umbrella schools for homeschoolers you might want to check out as well. Here are their contact details.
School of Tomorrow 822-9663, 822-4309
International Christian Academy 820-4521, 825-8392
Kids World Integrated School, Inc. 413-0454, 430-4206
Meanwhile, in our llittle homeschooling nook, we are towards the last couple of PACES in our Level 3 curriculum. Our son has been consistently doing 100% on his tests on all his 7 subjects. Although his last 2 tests in Araling Panlipunan, he only scored 94%. So he’s working on his Tagalog now. It is proving to be a challenge that all the learnings in both Filipino and Araling Panlipunan are in Tagalog and guessing the correct answer in his tests will not work since some are already in Essay format.
One of the things that my husband and I prayed to be able to instill in our child in his early years is to devote a regular time each day to read God’s word. It helps a great deal that our son loves reading so much. Learning to read at four and progressed to reading with comprehension when he was five allows for him to enjoy hours upon hours of reading as opposed to what kids nowadays are easily exposed to – gadgets.
What basically got this homeschooler to take interest in doing devotions at six years old is his love for reading. He loves going to bookstores, second hand ones or otherwise to pick a book every time we visit the mall. I can leave him reading his book for hours a day and he’s fine.
Don’t get me wrong. This little guy loves gadgets as well. Alone with any gadget, computer or television, he will, for sure, submerge in these zombifying tech stuff if left to himself. We do allow him these gadgets. But with an hour limitation. Oh! Did I mention that we sometimes forget time? And when we do, we pay dearly for it. He just gets out of sorts!
My son attends Sunday School. But it is hardly enough. God has summoned parents in Deuteronomy 11:19, “You shall teach them (the Scriptures) to your children, talking of them when you are sitting in your house, and when you are walking by the way, and when you lie down and when you rise.” Read this article »