Chart Shows Your Child May Not Need as Much Homeschooling as You Think

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Many parents would agree that learning how to homeschool has been a stressful, and, at times, frustrating concept. After all, how many hours a day does your child need? How do you know they’re absorbing the material? How do teachers do this for a living? While we can’t answer that last one, a new chart from the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) explains how many hours, by grades, kids actually need to spend in homeschool—and it’s not as many as you may think.

According to the chart, children at the Pre-K level only need a minimum of 20 minutes a day and a maximum of 60 minutes. Meanwhile kids in kindergarten need anywhere from 30 to 90 minutes each day. For first and second graders it’s anywhere 45 to 90 minutes daily. The recommended time goes up based on your child’s educational level, but, even for high school students, the maximum amount of recommended time is…

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