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Unit Study Resources

Where can you find a unit study curriculum? What about free homeschool unit studies curriculum? Get unit studies resources to help here!
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Unit Study Homeschool Method

What is a Unit Study? Get information about unit studies for homeschoolers and how to make them work for your homeschool.
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Homeschool Testing

Do homeschoolers have to test? Should they? Find out how to test when it’s required and make the best choices about testing when it’s optional here.
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How to Stay Sane While Homeschooling

Homeschooling isn’t merely an educational choice, it’s a lifestyle. Here are a few of our tips for minimizing those difficult moments homeschooling!
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Homeschool Support Groups

Homeschool support groups come in many shapes and sizes and provide helpful resources to homeschooling families. Learn more about local homeschool support groups near you.
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Confidence Building Ideas For Homeschoolers

We support our homeschooler's academics but how can we improve self-esteem and build their confidence? Find self-esteem activities and more here to help!
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Need more library resources? Get an out-of state-membership!

Need more homeschool resources? Try a non-resident library card for access to e-books, movies, audiobooks, and more!
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Special Needs Homeschool Curriculums and Programs

Homeschooling special needs? Try one of these homeschool curriculums, supplemental resources, and support programs created to help students with special needs.
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