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  1. Why I Needed To Find A Secular Homeschool Forum

    I have been thinking about this blog post for a long time. Actually, I was looking for a secular homeschool forum for a long time but I couldn’t quite put the reason/motivation to find such a group into words, but then it hit me: I am who I am, online and in real life. I refuse to create a separate online identity that would appeal to a larger homeschool audience because that would stifle my thoughts, words, and actions. I already have this blog space, the one for my business, and Twitter accounts ...
  2. Journey Into Homeschooling (Again)

    I actually have a homeschool page on my blog that I started several years ago. Rather than create entirely new web site, I just decided to dedicate a series to homeschool blog posts. If anyone is interested in reading, here is the link:

    I am also on Twitter: MoniseLSeward

  3. oh yeah...

    I actually had forgotten that I had created a blog here. It's been quite a while since I've taken a peak here on Secular Homeschool and now I am remembering how awesome it all is. Now that things are starting to wind down for our "School Year", I'll be sure to check back more often. We will DEFINITELY we taking part in the summer postcard exchange. It was a marvelous diversion for us last summer while I was house-bound, recovering from foot surgery and I know the kids would love to do ...
  4. Educational Television for Children Part 3 of 3

    Part 3 of Will Too Much T.V. Hurt My Children?

    I thought I’d follow-up my series about watching television with a list of the shows that my kid’s love to watch. There are, of course, more great shows out there, but this is what we’ve been able to watch via Apple TV/Netflix. Most of these you can access on Netflix, but there’ s a few we purchased on iTunes that you can’t get on Netflix – I put a star next to those.

    Read the full post by clicking here.
  5. Will T.V. Hurt My Kids? Part 2 of 3

    When I was a child, I had several favorite shows I liked to watch, and I always watched Saturday morning cartoons. I also had a little black and white T.V. in my bedroom that I could watch whenever I wanted, and I ate my dinner while watching T.V. by myself. I can’t remember exactly how much time I spent in front of the T.V., but I don’t think my mom ever worried about it, and I don’t think she restricted it. I also loved to play make-believe with my stuffed animals, and I went ...
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