None of your children are old enough for school yet—do you need an HSLDA membership? Today on Home School Heartbeat with host Mike Smith, Vicki Bentley explores a great new resource for parents of preschoolers.
Vicki, would you tell our listeners about HSLDA’s new membership option for parents of preschoolers? We’re so excited about it!
Well, our free membership for qualifying parents of preschoolers—whose oldest child is not yet 5—gives parents virtually the same benefits as a paid membership. Their children will generally not yet be compulsory attendance age, but parents of preschoolers will still have access to our legal staff, who can help them understand their state’s requirements, such as notification, visits, proof of progress, and so on. They will have access to latest Court Report magazine, plus our PerX program, our online curriculum market. But a major practical benefit is the personal access to our toddlers to tweens and special needs education consultants, for help with preschool suggestions, getting started, learning styles, curriculum options, and lots more! Our desire here at HSLDA is to equip parents to make an informed decision about home education. And the place to begin is www.hslda.org/preschool.
Vicki, we’re really excited to be able to offer our experience and assistance to parents of preschoolers! Thanks for joining us this week! And until next time, I’m Mike Smith.