11th level home-school contained by wisconsin.?

I just got into homeschooling but I'm not sure where to start. Do I hold to be in some online course or have certain books? How am I suppose to cram the subjects? Unfortunately my mother only filled out the forms and really doesn't know what to do. Any help would be appreciated(:
Hi! I would recommend that you unify a local homeschooling group where you can get support from knowledgeable nation in your area. The website for the statewide homeschool association in Wisconsin is http://www.wisconsinchea.com/ From nearby, you can find links to contact people in your area, as ably as a host of other information. People in homeschooling groups are usually friendly, and there are usually a lot of perfect things offered, such as field trips and co-op classes (where one person teaches, say aloud, Spanish, to the kids of several homeschoolers whose moms don't know how to teach it).

As far as having certain books or joining an online course, in attendance is a lot of flexibility regarding which curriculum you study, but you do want to make sure that your schooling for the year would row up with a traditional high school curriculum (number of credits, types of courses, etc.)

All the best to you! Source(s): http://www.wisconsinchea.com/

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