In a day and age when even sending your children to school can be dangerous or ineffective, more and more parents have control over the education of their children, choosing to home school. Homeschooling is not the answer to all situations. But every now and then it becomes clear that a particular child achieve greater success through home schooling as opposed to the traditional learning environment. Homeschooling, however, is not something to approach lightly. It is imperative that those who teach the child - if a parent or another instructor - qualified to offer training school at home. And part of providing this training is the use of teaching materials such as textbooks home. School books should reflect the initial curriculum introduced, particularly the quality of the child. Homeschooling is a commitment to provide the child with a safe learning environment and comfortable; but it is also a commitment to keep the child on track educationally with their colleagues. Then, the school should focus on the home achieving the objectives of the curriculum, as indicated by the school district and the teachers at home. And the material should be taught in a way that meets the student's specific needs.