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Home of Mary Pride's Practical Homeschooling magazine and homeschooling community. Large number of articles, news, online experts, up-to-date events list, ...
A summary of the legal options for homeschooling in every state. Organizations. Homeschool organizations in your neighborhood or across the world ...
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A source of neutral, non-commercial homeschooling information for over ten years now.
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3 Homeschool Helps for NEW HOMESCHOOL FAMILIES: New to Homeschool/ How to Homeschool Are you brand NEW to homeschooling? Follow these three tips to get a solid and successful start!
Organizing Our Open Ended Homeschool Supplies Building a shelf, filling baskets, and making it accessible for my 6 kids to use whenever they want! #homeschooling #unschooling ...
New to homeschool? How to incorporate homeschool rhythms now New to homeschooling and not sure how you're going to handle it when you start in fall? Or perhaps you've been homeschooling ...
Homeschooling Myth: Homeschooled Kids Miss Out on Extracurricular For years it's been assumed that homeschoolers miss out on the "typical" school experience. Then again, maybe that's true!
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Joanne discusses homeschooling, getting your children into college, setting up a dual credit program with your community college, the Andrea Yates situation, and the Homeschool Honor Society Eta Sigma Alpha.
Patsy and Doug Arnold, founders of Texas Special Kids, discuss how to bring your special needs children home, the challenges of homeschooling a special needs child and the rewards and resources available to help parents.
When you have only one child in a sea of families with many children, how do you cope? How do you adjust the lesson plans? Donna C, author of Homeschooling Only One shows you how to adjust and adapt in the homeschooling world.
… just not very motivated at the moment.  DC life has taken some getting used to.  Plus I feel like I’ve lost my “blog identity,” now that I’m not professorin’ or homeschooling. Be patient.
-by Mimi Rothschild Strategies for Teaching All Your Children Together Probably most of us have had days when we think it might be better for us as homeschooling parents if we just had a set of twins. Then we could do one lesson for all our kids, instead of hopping back and forth from one to another. On [...]
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