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    Just like your favorite B Movie, the DITL was SO popular in the past, that we decided to bring it back for 2019!

    Are you new to SHS? Old timer who never entered? Were you shy the first time around? What are you waiting for?!!!

    We love, LOVE, L-O-V-E our Secular Homeschool members SO much....that we want to read all about your homeschool! We would like to feature any and all members who would be willing to share a little bit about what goes on in the daily life of your homeschool!

    This is totally voluntary, of course. But if enough members were willing to share, we will feature 1 PER MONTH on our home page! We can't imagine anything more fun than getting to be a fly on the wall of our members' homes for 24 hours, so the more submissions the better! ...
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    Curriculum woes got you down? Are your homeschool friends tired of you bugging them about what THEY use? Kids begging you for something different? Or maybe starting the hunt for 2019-2020 homeschool year already? Not every curriculum is perfect. Not every curriculum works for your needs. We have done the hard work for you with a list, descriptions and reviews.


    Check out our Top 100 Choice Secular Curriculum List for 2019 featuring:





    Language Arts

    • Vocabulary Spelling City
    • Vocabulary.co.il
    • Dover Childrenís Books
    • Easy Grammar
    • Homer Learn to Read
    • The Writing Course
    • Handwriting Without Tears
    • Analytical Grammar
    • Saxon Grammar and Writing
    • Time4Writing



    Math

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    Published on 01-07-2019 09:37 AM
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    Yippee!! LOVE-LOVE-LOVE this time of year!
    SecularHomeschool.com is excited to once again open our Valentines Card exchange for our members!! With our kids at home, one of the things we might miss out on is the exchanging of Valentines with our peers. For this reason, we have a whole forum specifically for the purpose of sharing names and addresses to send and receive Valentines with other secular homeschooling families.

    In this activity, you are limited only by your own creativity/finances/ability to get to the post office to buy stamps.

    You may purchase Valentines or make them yourselves. It might be fun to include something about your home state/country when sending, but that is totally up to you. You may also want to send a picture of yourselves, but again...totally up to you.

    However, here are our top five ideas for turning this project into more than just a simple exchange of pretty pink paper... ...

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