She has never been a great fit for our public school and high school is even worse. I am afraid that she won't even be able to graduate on time if I keep her in there. I'm considering other options and homeschool is one of them. I am worried that I am not a great fit to be a homeschooling parent though. Her biggest problems are in math, spelling and written grammar. I think she has dylexia, but the school thinks her problem is with sequencing, but I guess that is a whole other post.
What I need to know if how to asses where her math skills are at. I know we need to work on times tables.
My worries are that I will lack proper follow through with teaching her on a regular and consistent basis. I also worry that I will hinder her self-expression when it comes to writing because I think things should be one way and not her way. I am also worried that my English skills are not up to par enough to teach her.
I've wanted to homeschool her for a long time, but it's so hard to get over all these issues and then there is how other people will react too. I know I don't need to answer to them, but I don't want to put up with them either.