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homeschool

verb home·school \ˈhōm-ˌskül\

: to teach your children at home instead of sending them to a school

Full Definition of HOMESCHOOL

intransitive verb
:  to teach school subjects to one's children at home
transitive verb
:  to teach (one's children) at home

Examples of HOMESCHOOL

  1. They homeschooled both their children.
  2. Parents who homeschool are meeting on Thursday.

First Known Use of HOMESCHOOL

1980
HOMESCHOOLED Defined for Kids

homeschool

verb home·school \ˈhōm-ˌskül\
home·schooledhome·school·ing

Definition of HOMESCHOOL for Kids

:  to teach school subjects to at home <She homeschools her third-grade son.>

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