As a homeschooling parent, I realize that many parents sincerely desire to homeschool their children but feel unqualified, discouraged, or overwhelmed with where to start.

Because of these reasons, parents who want to homeschool give up on the idea of homeschooling ever becoming a reality.

Some parents believe they do not have enough money for curriculum, a big enough homeschool room, or creative abilities to homeschool.

But the truth is, none of these are reasons not to homeschool.

And that is where I come in.

Andrea Felder

I love encouraging parents and sharing how they can get started on their homeschooling journey, regardless of their space or budget.

And despite how complicated getting started with homeschooling may sound, I love debunking the homeschooling myths that leave parents lost and confused.

I help share homeschool awareness by letting parents know it’s not about curriculum, co-ops, or following a specific teaching method.

Instead, homeschooling is about meeting your child’s needs in a loving, nurturing, and stimulating environment where children feel loved and safe. While prioritizing your children’s academic goals and moral values, you want to be instilled.

An empowered parent is much more confident and prepared to take on the responsibility of homeschooling.

In my Homeschool Awareness Campaign presentations, I share the following topics:

  • Why Does Homeschooling Even Matter
  • No Wright or Wrong Reasons to Homeschool
  • All the Possibilities: What Homeschool Can Look Like
  • Getting Started

I created the Homeschool Awareness Campaign to help bring clarity and confidence to curious parents ready to dive into the world of homeschooling.

For further questions or information about how to bring this homeschool awareness campaign to your parent community, feel free to email me at:

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Or, complete a contact form here.

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