Homeschooling: Child-led Learning for Teenagers

Homeschooling: Child-led Learning for Teenagers

Parents talk too much and kids hate it.

Eventually, they grow numb to our voice, and our attempts at teaching become futile and ineffective. 

A child born for leadership will always hate authority not under their control. Rebellion is their natural reaction.

The remedy is allowing them to sit in the driver's seat and take control of their learning. This is done easily with a minutia of guidance.

Once a week, minimum, practice student-led learning. To make this easier we have created a framework to keep the intellectual workout focused and efficacious.

We direct their attention to three main buckets. They must ask one question for each. The answers are provided by YOU!

Through this lesson you will be able to glance inside your child's mind and create a stronger connection with them. Our first session with our family lasted more than three hours! 

There is no such thing as a dumb question but there is a such thing as a lazy question. DO NOT ALLOW lazy questions!

Many families don't talk enough. This CREATES conversation.


Your child can ask any question they would like about life. Be prepared to discuss death, as it is the fraternal twin to life. 

This is the most open-ended of the topics and forces your child to think. Through this question you will find interesting developments within your child's mind. 


Be prepared to discuss how money functions and where it comes from. If you have a teenager, now is probably a good time to discuss the role of The Federal Reserve System. For a history of central banking get a copy of "The Patriot Report."

To understand Money Mechanics, Robert Murphy has a solid volume.

The better your children understand money the more they'll understand our world. The sooner they understand our world, the sooner they'll be able to contribute to its evolution.


This is the blood of the family. What courses through the spiritual veins of a family will carry it through hard times. 

Expect to be able to answer questions of God and the belief of. 

Show them the power in your philosophy. And if you don't have one, use this time to create one unique to your family and your goals.

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Unleashing the Potential: Five Powerful Benefits of Homeschooling Your Boys

1. Tailored Learning: One of the most significant benefits of homeschooling is the ability to craft an educational environment that caters to your son's individual learning style and pace.

Gone are the days of one-size-fits-all curriculums. Through homeschooling, you can curate a learning journey that ignites his passions, addresses his challenges, and fosters a deep curiosity for knowledge.

Imagine the confidence that blossoms when your son tackles a subject he genuinely loves, rather than struggling through standardized tests designed for the masses.

2. Building Resilience and Grit: Life throws curveballs, and homeschooling allows you to create a safe space for your boys to develop the resilience and grit necessary to overcome them.

Whether it's mastering a challenging math concept or navigating social complexities, homeschooling empowers you to provide personalized support and encouragement, fostering a "never give up" attitude that will serve them well throughout their lives.

3. Cultivating Leadership Qualities: Homeschooling provides an unparalleled opportunity to nurture leadership skills in your boys.

By actively involving them in planning their routines, setting goals, and contributing to household decisions, you empower them to take ownership of their learning and their environment. This fosters a sense of responsibility, initiative, and confidence that lays the foundation for future leadership roles.

4. Nurturing Real-World Connections: Contrary to popular belief, homeschooling doesn't equate to social isolation. It opens doors for diverse and meaningful connections.

Through community groups, extracurricular activities, and online initiatives, homeschooled boys can build strong friendships with like-minded peers, participate in sports teams, and volunteer in their communities.

These real-world connections enrich their lives, foster empathy, and build a strong social network for the future.

5. Building a Strong Bond: Perhaps the most valuable benefit of homeschooling boys is the opportunity to cultivate an unbreakable bond between you and your sons.

Spending quality time together, sharing learning experiences, and overcoming challenges side-by-side creates a depth of connection that traditional schooling rarely provides.

This closeness fosters trust, open communication, and a safe space for your boys to be themselves, ultimately shaping them into the men they are meant to be.

Homeschooling your boys is a journey, not a destination.

It's a commitment to personalized learning, resilience building, and fostering the unique potential within each child.

So, embrace the challenges, celebrate the triumphs, and witness the remarkable young men your boys become, empowered by the freedom and flexibility of homeschooling.

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