• Guide for New Homeschoolers

    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.

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    alexsmom

    Is marriage the right *solution* to teen pregnancy?

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    Thanks!

    Group Boring People who Hate Debate

    Started By alexsmom Today, 12:30 AM
    TheFoxZoo

    Umbrella Schools?

    That's great! Thanks for this info. I was thinking I'd keep some kind of portfolio anyway. Would be easy because I write everything down. Way to make it easy on teacher-homeschoolers state of Florida

    Group Florida

    Started By TheFoxZoo Yesterday, 08:42 PM
    skrink

    Staying on task

    Oh, my gosh. This sounds very familiar!

    It seems to me, so far, to be tied to going through the beginnings-of-adolescence changes. My DD10 is into a training bra, and change is evidence

    Group Nurturing Emotional Intelligence

    Started By skrink Yesterday, 08:34 PM
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    Tr3asures08

    Oh my goodness..

    Ok...so I have completely allowed this blog to fall to the wayside. So, let's begin again. Here is where we currently stand in our homeschooling adventure: The week so far - (pictures can be...

    04-15-2015 01:50 PM
    Calvert Education

    The Transition to Independent Learning

    Homeschooling during the early and late elementary years can be challenging. It requires a lot of one-on-one interaction and a great deal of time is spent guiding younger students. Many parents...

    03-12-2015 02:21 PM