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Support Groups for Homeschoolers

A2Z Facebook

I’m hanging out on Social Networks, just like you! Just “Like” A2Z Homeschooling on Facebook or read posts below. What’s on your mind? Post your question, and I’ll get back very fast! Or join our Facebook Group for discussion about your homeschool life, and to share your joys and concerns.
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A2Z Homeschool Discussion Groups

Facebook Group associated with A2Z homeschool site. Homeschooling can be fun and successful chatting with your social network friends.
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Building a Support Website

Occasionally I get asked how I would recommend an improvement to a website for a homeschooling support group or other homeschool resource site. As I don’t have all the answers, I have started an email list for homeschool webmasters. All of you who have a site (or wish you did) about and for the homeschool...
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Free Social Project Management Tools

Organize homeschooling activities with your homeschool friends and family online with the hottest new social project management tools that are widely available: Project Management Applications! Some have free trial offers, and then a price after the trial period is over. Most have “advanced” features you must pay for. Some of these apps will sync with...
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Homeschool Camps for Youth and Families

Homeschool Camps for Youth and Families

Why under “support groups?” Because communities of homeschoolers spring up around these camps! Not always held in the summer, many take advantage of lovely spring or fall weather and uncrowded camping areas. Many homeschool associations and support groups also hold camps for members. Camps for Kids California teens shortly before the hammock broke. Family...
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Homeschool Community Networking

Building and Maintaining Support Groups * Homeschool Social Networker ~ One who spends a lot of time online, Tweeting, using Facebook, managing groups or chats, creating blogs, and even writing articles and e-books. Global Homeschool Support Groups Locate homeschool family social networks near you. Help me keep these listings updated, too, by commenting about...
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Homeschool Support Group States, Provinces, Countries

List of place names only for those on mobile devices
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Homeschool Support Groups

Homeschool Support Groups

Find support groups all over the world. Is a homeschool support group for you? Help for homeschooling support group leaders.
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Homeschool Web Clip Art

Homeschool Web Clip Art

Michele Thoburn's Clip art: Home School is Cool, Don't Hesitate to Home Educate, boy on computer with dog, 3 children studying together.
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How to Put a Real Name in Your Facebook Group URL

How to Put a Real Name in Your Facebook Group URL

Having a real name in your Facebook group url will make it much easier for you and your members to remember what it is. I see far too many homeschool support groups on Facebook left with a long chain of numbers at the end of their URLs. Note that you need to do this...
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Is a Homeschool Support Group for you?

What to Know Before You Join a Homeschool Support Group or Co-op AN A to Z ARTICLE Carol Topp discusses some of the disadvantages of co-oping. The Advantages to Belonging to a Support Group Groups allow the opportunity to share experiences, ideas and resources. Homeschooling support groups get together for a variety of reasons,...
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Local Site Wish List

What Homeschoolers Want From Local Websites. By Ann Zeise Who should read this? Local & Regional Support Group Webmasters; Library site developers making homeschool resource pages; Local, Community or City site developers making homeschool support pages; Local parenting resources e-zine publishers. After the usual homeschooling information, what homeschoolers would really like to see are...
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Mail Lists and Social Networks for Homeschoolers

These are large, often global social networks for homeschoolers. Most are in English, though there is one bilingual Chinese/English group.
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Making Your Homeschooling Support Group Blog Special

The very top support group blogs focus instead on what they know that the Big Guys do not: their local resources.
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Military Homeschool Support Groups

A2Z Homeschool

Support for homeschooling military families in the USA, Belgium, Germany, Guam, South Korea, and Japan.
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I’m hanging out on Social Networks, just like you! Just “Like” A2Z Homeschooling on Facebook or read posts below. What’s on your mind? Post your question, and I’ll get back very fast! Or join our Facebook Group for discussion about your homeschool life, and to share your joys and concerns. Homeschool Social Networking Like and then Ask Ann a...
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Starting a Support Group

Bylaws – A Sample from HEIR HEIR wished to organize into a non-profit but not tax-exempt homeschool association. To do this, they needed bylaws. Local support groups only need bylaws if they wish non-profit status for purchases. Forming a Homeschool Support Group Shared thoughts about some or all of these parts of putting together...
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