Help for You, the Teacher
Just as each child has her own strengths and weaknesses, so do all parents. You may have a great grasp of the English language, but you may be slipping a bit in the math department. Fearfully, you wonder how you will ever be able to teach math to your child. Don't worry. Some homeschooled kids grasp concepts quicker than parents, and soon they'll be explaining it to you. But what if they don't?
No one said you have to be an expert in every subject in order to home-school your child. When you don't have the ability or resources to teach a subject or two, there is always someone else who does. There are tutors at the library, college kids down the street, or retired teachers in the community.
Another helpful resource is your local homeschool group. There you can find moms and dads who have a special knack for math, science, art, or music. While they help your child in areas you are weak in, you can help their child in an area you are strong in.
Older homeschooled children are especially eager to help younger ones learn, so don't overlook them for helping with math or reading skills. Sometimes, a child finds it difficult to learn something from mom or dad, but put her with a study buddy and she picks it up in a flash.
Together, you and your children will be able to pinpoint and improve weak areas as well as build upon strong areas, culminating in a solid learning environment that works for the whole family.