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Back To Homeschool: Fun Homeschool Supplies

Getting new school supplies is my favorite part of the back to homeschool activities. Plus, the homeschool perk is that you can get whatever you, and your kids, want! No classroom restrictions! Get back to homeschool ready with these fun homeschool supplies that we love!
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Learning Science At Home

Ready for science? Learn about the importance of teaching science to your homeschoolers and get ideas for fun science to do at home.
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Resources for Homeschooling a Child Who is Deaf or Hard of Hearing

Resources and information about curriculum to help you teach and support your homeschooler who is deaf or hard of hearing.
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American Sign Language for Kids

Homeschooling ASL for kids? Get help teaching kids sign language with these American Sign Language resources.
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Beginning to Homeschool

Beginning to Homeschool
Homeschool Support Groups
How to Start Homeschooling
Creating A Homeschool Schedule
Homeschool Law
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Math Level Placement Tools

How do you know how well your child is doing in math? Try these informal methods, math placement tests, and other resources to help.

How to Homeschool For Nearly Free

Find out how to homeschool for free (or just about free) with this list of free homeschool resources including free printables and curriculums.

Reading Level Assessment Tools

Discover many ways to test your kid's reading level, whether it’s informally at the house or through a reading assessment tool. You can find it all here.