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    We recommend Time4Learning's free "Welcome to Homeschooling" guide for all new homeschoolers. This pdf document is one of the best we've ever come across for a comprehensive introduction to all the ins and outs of homeschooling. It isn't overwhelming, because it provides just the right of information, without bogging down into too many details that you don't yet need when you're just starting out.

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    Mariam

    I agree with ML. She way over-stepped her...

    I agree with ML.

    She way over-stepped her boundaries. You can talk with her about it and see how you feel about her answers. It may never go back to normal though.

    Mariam Today, 12:14 AM Go to last post
    muddylilly

    Talk to the teacher. Let her know that she's made...

    Talk to the teacher. Let her know that she's made your kids uncomfortable. Do it all in the politest of ways, tell her no harm, no foul and that you realize she may not have been aware of your...

    muddylilly Yesterday, 11:21 PM Go to last post
    LAR

    Yes, we've taken several classes through...

    Yes, we've taken several classes through outschool. Most recently, a Shakespeare sonnet class from Sally B, which was an excellent introduction to the material. We've taken classes from Tiffany...

    LAR Yesterday, 11:19 PM Go to last post
    kjandb

    How do I handle this?

    Hey there, community! Okay, this is really the first time I've ever had this problem staring me right in the face, and I could use some advice. We moved back to Texas last year and are still trying...

    kjandb Yesterday, 10:35 PM Go to last post
    aselvarial

    ooooooo it's PST! Which means we may actually be...

    ooooooo it's PST! Which means we may actually be awake for some of these classes as PST is 3 hours behind us! yay! I'm going to check that out a little further!

    aselvarial Yesterday, 09:27 PM Go to last post
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