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Homeschool: Life Lesson

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Veronica and I home school in every moment that we’re together. We home school while we’re driving down the highway, while we’re at the bank, and even while we’re shopping. Let’s face it, ...

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Top Four Home Schooling Styles

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For many, the thought of home schooling calls to mind a picture of two or three children sitting at a kitchen table and writing feverishly in workbooks. Mom or dad is standing by ...

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Should I Homeschool My Child?

Should I Home School?

The term ‘home schooling’ basically refers to the process in which one or more children are educated and instructed by parents, a tutor, or legal guardians away from the public school system. Laws ...

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Reasons to Home School

Old school education doesn't suit the children of today.

If you’ve heard of home schoolers but wondered why some parents do it – keep their children at home to learn rather than educate them at a public or private school – this ...

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Home Schooling 101

Schooling at Home for All Ages

From the first day of Kindergarten, as we send our children off to public schools, we feel satisfied that they are receiving a quality education. After all, our taxes are paying top dollar ...

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Home School – A Viable Alternative

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As this site is primarily about living in the country, and secondary about raising children in the country, one of the first aspects to your new country home that you’ll investigate is the ...

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Home Schooling – Elementary Age

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The pages here on home schooling are as old as this website. Even after 10 years, after recent review, the concepts and theories have stood the test of time. Just like John Holt’s ...

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Unschooling To Avoid Home Schooling Burnout

Unschool Fixes Home School Burnout

When we parents take on the responsibility of educating our child, one of the more common complaints in the first year is home school burnout. There are many reasons for this exhaustion and ...

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Children Who Read – The Love of Books

Children get excited about reading when they're ready.

As I write this I’ve just returned home from a day in town. My daughter and I were in the very small, local bookstore. The sign outside that store reads "Last bookstore for ...

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Planning to Home School

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The nice part about home schooling is that there are so many styles to choose from. Choosing a style that suits your child will help him to learn quicker and make education fun. ...

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