Homeschool Style Welcome to the What is your homeschool style? QUIZ This quiz consists of 7 questions that will help you determine your preferred homeschool style, according to your personality and current phase in life. Once you know what you lean towards, you can research more about that style to embrace it more or you might find that others peaked your interest. Note: Depending on the device that you are using, you might need to switch to landscape mode for a more pleasant experience. Thanks for taking the time and we hope you find it helpful! Let's get started! Enter your email to receive your results for future reference. Name By entering your email, you agree to have a results email sent and be added to our newsletter. We don\'t spam. You can unsubscribe anytime. 1. Which answer sounds more like you regarding books? 1. I love using many great books in your homeschool. 2. I prefer using biographies and stories in living books. 3. I enjoy using books with real photographs (no illustrations) only. 4. I let my children pick what they want to read. 5. I use only the books that are required in our curriculum. 6. I only use books that are relevant to the topics we are studying at the time. 7. We use a little bit of everything. 2. Which answer sounds more like you regarding homeschooling in general? 1. I appreciate a more rigorous approach to learning with memorization in the early years. 2. I prefer learning in a way that involves a lot of nature walks and outside time. 3. I enjoy having a child who takes control of his/her learning in a structured and orderly way. 4. I let my children decide what they want to learn and how and when they want to learn it. 5. I need an easy and predictable method for the teacher and kids to follow. 6. I do not mind making lessons on topics that interest us from scratch. 7. I have a hard time deciding what method is best for our homeschool. 3. Which answer sounds more like you regarding expenses for your homeschool? 1. I am flexible to put out money that is needed, as long as it offers the best quality of education. 2. I prefer homeschooling for free or nearly free. 3. I have a big homeschooling area and don't mind bulky and pricey material, if that is what we need. 4. I let my children decide what they want to learn, so we spend as we go on what we need. 5. I prefer predictable learning, so I am willing to pay for boxed curriculum, whatever the cost. 6. I like to make things by hand, so that saves me time, but you just never know. 7. I would like to save money, but I am willing to go with what my different children need. 4. Which answer sounds more like you regarding your approach to homeschooling? 1. I am not willing to reinvent the wheel if I know there is a tried and true method that has been around for thousands of years. 2. I prefer a more organic method of learning, using books over textbooks. 3. I like children taking ownership of their learning over a teacher-centered approach. 4. I let my children decide what they want to learn, so I follow their lead. 5. I am more of a paper-and-pencil, scripted lessons kind of teacher. 6. I love reinventing the wheel and always finding unique ways to make lessons "ours." 7. I cannot make up my mind what I prefer because I like several methods alike. 5. Which answer sounds more like you regarding your approach to assessment? 1. I do not like handing out tests; I prefer to assess through meaningful dialogue and profound conversations. 2. I prefer to have the children express their learning using portfolios and journals. 3. I trust children to learn well, making good use of the works and control of error included in each. 4. I assess my children by the projects they choose on their own to make. 5. I am a paper-and-pencil test person all the way. I need scores to assess my children (and myself as the teacher). 6. I want freedom for us to choose what to study. I assess as we go, based on what we're learning at the moment. 7. It is hard for me to decide what I prefer because I like several options. 6. Which answer sounds more like you? 1. I appreciate old/dead languages, logic and embracing ancient methods of learning and memorization of facts. 2. I need my children to grow up learning in more natural ways, with many living books. 3. I love an orderly method of learning, with many varied hands-on materials. 4. I prefer to sit back and let my children follow their passions and learn what they want. 5. I need to be organized, know exactly what to teach and have easy proof for learning. 6. I do not like to compartmentalize subjects, but rather learn by mixing them all up into our lessons. 7. I am not sure what my first option would be because I like several options. 7. Which answer sounds more like your homeschool learning area? 1. I have lots of Greek and Latin books, jars with creatures to dissect and many older texts. 2. I have a huge pile of books from the library by the back door. We have a large property or have access to nature since we spend most of our time outside. 3. I have a dedicated space that looks like a very clean and orderly room with low shelves and wooden materials to be used as work. 4. I have a house full of piles of books, different projects everywhere and kids sleeping in until noon. 5. I have a room that looks just like a school classroom, alphabet poster and all. 6. I have a big table for all of our homemade, hands-on projects. 7. I may or may not have a dedicated area for our homeschool learning. I generally have no preference. Please fill in the comment box below with any feedback or personal reflections from the quiz you just took. Time's up
Sophia Kamal says
Interesting platform for home schooling approach.
Thanks for ideas.
Montessori Home School is such a good and fast Curriculum Schools now use.