Why Jovial Juniors Home Preschool?
Homeschooling is self-motivated and student-driven, with lots of inputs and support from parents and chosen mentors but not many parents have required skills and resources to teach their child at home and need some expert advise to help them. We help the parents in following ways
Books & Material
Age appropriate teaching material will be provided to parents
Homeschooling should ensure holistic development of child but as we know not every parent is skilled to teach their children.
But no worry.... our experts curriculum designers have prepared very easy to understand and effective day planner to ensure parents impart best education.
ERP Software &
To further support learning at home, we provide
Mobile App & ERP Software to get fee receipt, get day planning/syllabus, attend online class, check circulars, clear doubts and get answer in real time, check progress made.
High quality educational video will be provided to parents to help them in better understanding of concept.
Parents can check these videos on Jovial Juniors Mobile App.
To ensure students learn social skills despite learning at home, we arrange online groups, regular meetups, and co-op activities like museum visits, zoo trips etc.
Parents may require support from our team on any aspect of teaching, so our experts will be available to help parents on mail or phone whenever required.
However, there may be certain questions around homeschooling and we’re here to answer these questions to help you put the right foot forward:
1. Myth: Homeschooling is repetitive and boring
No. Homeschooling can be life-altering, for you and the child. It is a big responsibility. You get a chance to relive your life while helping them discover theirs. The road is full of fun challenges, enlightening experiences, and adventure. It is you and the kid taking on the world.
2. Myth: Homeschooling limits learning
Children love learning new things. One has to try very hard to take that away from them. In fact, it is in our genes to learn and to adapt. Studies show that homeschooling offers flexible schedules for kids to spend time 'exploring' different aspects of life including personality development, social conduct etc. besides regular study. Homeschooling gives kids a chance to 'investigate' their fascinations and discover their passions.
3. Myth: Only parents who are qualified teachers can do this
Research suggests that neither parents’ qualification nor household income has any influence on the child’s academic achievements. You need not be a certified teacher to homeschool your child. You just have to check with your local governing body (community centre) to fill some paperwork (when necessary).
4. Myth: Homeschooled kids perform academically poorer
Typically, homeschooled kids score 15 to 30 percentile points above public-school students on standardized academic tests.
One of the prominent reasons (in our opinion) is that homeschooling gives you a chance to provide tailored teaching experience for your child with lots of hands-on activities (Yes, we know you will go an extra mile to make learning fruitful and fun for them).
5. Myth: Homeschooling is a lonely road
There are tons of other parents who are homeschooling their kids. They all help each other via, online groups and forums, regular meetups, and co-op activities like museum visits, zoo trips etc.
6. Myth: Homeschooling makes kids socially awkward
Home-educated children do well on measures of social skills, emotional intelligence, and psychological well being.
When children were questioned on topics related to self-esteem, self-regulation, peer play, leadership, family cohesion, and care for the community for various studies, their answers were promising. Studies also found evidence of a strong sense of autonomy in homeschooled kids.
7. Myth: The real world could be challenging
Even as adults, home-educated children go on to do some amazing work. The 'real world' is just as bright for them like it is for everyone else.
We must not ignore the fact that with the pacing development in ed-tech-like game-based learning, education need not be traditional anymore. Technology can enable immersive hybrid educational curriculums where students can educate themselves on the go. Students can learn anything they like from their parents, teachers, tutors, friends, and the community.
Lower Kindergarten (LKG)
Upper Kindergarten (UKG)