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What Homeschooling Has Parenting Class?

 

A Reader has asked:

I want to take parenting classes. Do you know where or how I can do this?

3 comments to What Homeschooling Has Parenting Class?

  • ASD & DYS Mum

    Here are two courses at the U of Mo’s CDIS:http://cdis.missouri.edu/exec/public/det…http://cdis.missouri.edu/exec/public/det…
    Many online high schools have “family and consumer science” courses.
    You could also take a course at your local community college.

  • Janis B

    We bought two books at the Goodwill store. One is “Contemporary Living” and the other is “Perspectives on Health” which contains more information on family living than on health.
    You could also put in a search online to find information on parenting.
    The best thing about homeschooling is that you don’t need to have an ‘lifelike’ baby to care for…you can babysit for someone and get real life experience with caring for a child.
    Hope this helps.

  • Out here in California, we do have classes that can be taken through the Jr. College as well as through some health insurances. That is where I would check first in your home state. Also take a look at this site…http://puttingkidsfirst.org/parentingclassinformation.html it might have something for you. Another thing you can do is to talk to parents at your church. Do like an interview with several parents to get their parenting style. There are also and bountiful amount of books on the subject that you can buy or borrow from you library. Lastly google parenting classes in you city and state. Good luck to you.

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