snipsnsnailsx5 Posted October 15, 2014 Share Posted October 15, 2014 I'm basically new to homeschooling for all intents and purposes. However, I'm not totally a novice. I did extensive research and reading when homeschooling my kids a couple years ago (I homeschooled for about 2.5 years then put them back into public school, but that's a whole 'nother post!). Anyway, we'll be deciding to pull my 12 yr old out of PS to homeschool for 8th-12 grade. We really feel its best for him due to a variety of reasons. He also has ADHD which causes difficult in a busy classroom. He does better one-on-one, etc etcSo a couple quick questions to get me started...while we do plan on finishing out this current school year, I'd like to use the time to really plan and prepare. Sources on what typical minimum standards are per grade level that they should learn/know? And how long do you typically spend with schoolwork for one child in these upper levels?Any other sources to get me started on reading and planning?Thanks!! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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