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    Accidental Homeschooler


    Well I want a Bernie and Hillary ticket in the national. That way I don't have to choose.

    This year we are getting involved as a family. I am still figuring how to get DS involved. I used

    Group Boring People who Hate Debate

    Started By Accidental Homeschooler Today, 12:14 AM

    Discussing Discussions

    Hes sort of a crazy baby. He seems to like songs, but he doesnt (cant) clap or dance along to them. Touching his body parts is really hard for him, but he can identify them easily enough. Its been a few

    Group Boring People who Hate Debate

    Started By TheFoxZoo Yesterday, 09:47 PM

    unschooling process and resources

    I would like to try to revive this group. Now that I am starting to feel comfortable with the process, I feel like I can actually articulate what I am trying to do or want to do.

    I will

    Group Unschoolers

    Started By Mariam Yesterday, 05:50 PM
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    Expedition Homeschool

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    06-16-2015 08:43 AM

    What I Learned In Our First Year of Project Based Homeschool

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    06-08-2015 10:39 AM

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    05-18-2015 04:54 PM

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