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What about a child’s social development?

Now, when we started out, other homeschooling families were already reporting that the great benefit of homeschooling over public education is that because children interact with adults more than they do with other children, they tend to mature much faster and their social interactions will be on more of an adult level. Hence, I am not surprised to see these same results in my own children. And I am not the first one saying this, I am just lending my voice to what homeschoolers already know. The truth is that you will become like the company you keep, and if your children spend most of their time with children they will act like children, but if they spend most of their time around adults, don’t be surprised when they behave like a young adult rather than a teenager.

Faith : What about a child’s social development? - Frontiersman


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