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Unschool, Eclectic, Montessori or Mason?


So you’re planning on homeschooling. That’s great, I’m behind you all the way! I home schooled my daughter Veronica off and on for many years and couldn’t think of a better way to ...

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Teach A Child To Read


It may be because I am a reader and because I love to write that I instilled a love of reading into my own child. I didn’t actually teach my child to read ...

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Why Choose Home Schooling?


Many parents believe that home schooling can provide their children a custom and complete education, which many believe is inaccessible in private or public schools. Home schooling is known to be the traditional ...

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Considering HomeSchooling


Considering home schooling? According to the U.S. Department of Education, the number of students being home-schooled is over 1 million families and growing. While there are many philosophies and approaches to home schooling, ...

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Baby Games: Learning Into Pre-School

Whether you are planning on home schooling in the future or you just want to play meaningful and fun games with your child to enhance and enrich their lives, this article discusses some ...

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Foster A Child’s Love For Reading


I am fortunate to have a child who loves to read. This, to me, only makes sense as I love to read as well. But while taking stock of others in my life ...

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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 School – A Viable Alternative


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


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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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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