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Provides unit studies, games, forum, local resources, and a weekly newsletter.
Frugal ideas for homeschooling, including unit studies, educational software reviews, recipes, and safety tips.
Resources, curriculum reviews, guidelines, and forums for nonreligious homeschoolers.
Cottageschool.net allows you to find homeschoolers, cottage and classical schools, teacher and tutors close to your home.
New homeschooling information, articles, filtered search function, and top ten lists. From a Christian perspective.
Print-outs, forms, planners, handwriting practice sheets, grading cards, cursive animations, and resource links.
Offers the positive and negative views of homeschooling, resources that are available for homeschooling, and links to colleges.
Geared specifically for the fathers who homeschool. Includes homeschooling news, articles, organizations, events, and forums.
Curriculum reviews and education articles from Dean and Karen Andreola.
Encouragement for those considering it, starting out or burning out. Plan to spend some time exploring this 300-plus page site.
Portal site with support information, getting started, articles, laws, and regional resources.
Offers a free service allowing homeschoolers to get in touch with other homeschoolers in their area while protecting each party's privacy. Separate pages for towns, cities and counties in the United States, Canada, and New Zealand.
Advice and information, activities, product reviews, discussion boards.
Articles, links, contests, an email list, forums, and advice all boy-specific. From a Christian perspective.
Find information on state laws, support groups, styles, laws, local resources and support for homeschooling in every state in America.
Tips and support for those homeschooling only children.
Homeschooling portal containing legal information, opinion pieces, resources, forms, and high school helps.
Resources for unschoolers, homeschoolers, and all learners, with or without school.
Provides worksheets, unit studies, articles, and a newsletter.
Homeschool portal including state resources, laws, information, an "Ask Julie" column, and articles.
Discount card for home educators.
Resources and articles from seasoned veteran homeschoolers.
Links, statistics and information supporting the case for home schooling versus government programming.
A variety of free resources for home educators, from software to unit studies. Also lists academic contests, homeschooling styles, and curriculum recommendations.
Resources for applying classical Christian education to homeschooling. Home to the Trivium Email Loop, an Internet Guide for homeschoolers, articles by Harvey and Laurie Bluedorn, listing of national contests open to homeschoolers, seminar schedule, a gr