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Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Tips for Teaching a Child at Home

Teaching a child a new skill or a new language is very rewarding yet very scary task. IF you would want to teach your child a new skill or language, here are a few tips:

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  1. Attend seminars or join forums as much as you can – seminars and forums are a treasure chest of information. You can get advice, techniques and personal experiences from other parents who are teaching their child at home.
  2. Stock up on teaching materials – you can purchase on line or borrow from your local library many resources to help with teaching you child. Take the Chinese language for example, because now of the many books in Chinese made easy to read, you can buy them on line or borrow them from your local library. These will definitely help with teaching your child the Chinese language.
  3. Power of the Computer – there are many websites that can help you with teaching. Just do an on line search of the topic you want to teach your child. You will find hundreds if no thousands of resources to help you out.
  4. Another thing that is important, I think the most important, is your level of patience. When homeschooling and child, in my case a toddler, you can't have enough of patience. You need gallons, if not, hundred or thousands of gallons of patience. There are going to be good days and bad days, many, many bad days... but, if you work on being more patient, you will be a sure success in homeschooling your child. Why not try to do a search on "work on being more patient" or "how to become more patient"? I am sure you will be able to finds tips and techniques on how to achieve this.

When teaching kids, it is said you don't have to be a great teacher, you just have to love your child a lot. So don't be too hard on yourself and on your child. Just cherish and enjoy the special time of learning you are sharing together and everything will follow.


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