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Hawaii Field Trips with Kids

Annotated Lists of Great Hawaii Field Trips with Kids Hawaii State Parks Hawai’i’s State Park System is composed of 53 state parks encompassing approximately 25,000 acres on the 5 major islands. These parks offer varied outdoor recreation and heritage opportunities. Hawaii Web Prepare yourself for a truly memorable experience as you guide yourself throughout...
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Vietnam Homeschooling

  Vietnam Education Law Article 11. Point 3. Families shall have the responsibilities of facilitating or their members in the defined age group to pursue learning in order to obtain the level of universalised education. While homeschooling isn’t mentioned in the law, this isn’t a bad thing. You may only need to reassure the...
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Alaska Field Trips with Kids

Alaska, Fall 2009 Photograph slide show of Alaska scenes taken by Keith and Susan Schwamkrug, Milpitas Camera Club friends of mine. Alaska Kayak Academy A day program for home school families in Alaska. We run the program at an indoor water park in Anchorage. (907) 746-6600. Anchorage Museum of History and Art At the...
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A Tax Write-Off?

Updated 12/27/2010 By Ann Zeise This time of year I usually get several letters asking if there is any way homeschool expenses can be written off on taxes. Homeschools in most states cannot be run as a business nor even as a non-profit as you do not charge your own children for their education,...
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Puerto Rico Home School Laws

Puerto Rico homeschool law and information* Compulsory attendance – 6 to under 18. Parent Qualification: There are no teacher qualification requirements for non-governmental schools. Standardized tests: Not required for non-governmental schools. *This is not intended to be legal advice and is distributed for information purposes only. Check for updates at your public library. There...
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October Unit Study Ideas

Ideas for Studying in October October is sort of an odd month, isn’t it? A few fleeting warm days and then suddenly chilly. Hurricane season in some areas. A time to study weather. Here in California, huge flocks of birds are flying to the comparative safety of the San Francisco Bay for the winter. They darken the sky...
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Orchestra Classical Music For Kids

Best Pieces of Classical Music for Kids Teach your children the classics with these pieces. Classics for Kids A program developed by WGUC, Cincinnati’s Classical Public Radio, to introduce elementary school children to classical music in a fun and entertaining way. Dallas Symphony Orchestra Music Room Animated musical site that will entertain and delight...
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Let’s Play and Find Out About Slime

Teaching Using Slime By Janice VanCleave Slime is easy for kids to make and ever so fun for kids to to play with. This ooey, gooey, slippery, and slimy stuff provides a perfect opportunity to guide kids to discover new things by applying what they already know. Teaching Tips Telling kids in advance what...
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