1. Leave a record of everything you do

Every day, write what your child has worked on, the activities that you are
doing, the progress that you notice, your ideas for future activities, etc.

2. Objective : progression!

Don’t forget that the Ministry (DEM) wants to know if your child is
progressing through the school year. Keep track of the progress that he or
she is making (example: written assignments in September, in January and in June)

3. Homeschooling ≠ just like they do in school but in your home

Homeschooling doesn’t necessarily mean that you have to do exactly
what your child would do if he or she was in school.
Take all opportunities or situations to teach your child. There are no
limits to what he or she can learn!

4. Vary the tools and methods

Even if you use exercise books, we recommend that you also use
other resources (articles, videos, documentaries, everyday life situations,
etc) to complete your child’s learning experience. Your pedagogical
material can be used as your foundation but should not be the only
source of learning.