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Posts Tagged ‘ homeschooling ’

# 3 – Homeschooling For Dummies, by Jennifer Kaufeld

# 3 – Homeschooling For Dummies, by Jennifer Kaufeld

Turn your home into a school and raise smart, well-adjusted kids Homeschooling lets you spend lots of time with your kids — and teach them your values and beliefs. But where do you get teaching materials? Or find social outlets so your kids can make friends? Covering everything from curriculum and legal compliance to...
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# 4 – Home Learning Year by Year, by Rebecca Rupp

# 4 – Home Learning Year by Year, by Rebecca Rupp

Rebecca Rupp presents a structured plan to ensure that your children will learn what they need to know when they need to know it, from preschool through high school. Homeschoolers can design their own curricula, assembling resources and using approaches that best suit their own children's needs.
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# 7 – Homeschooling : The Teen Years, by Cafi Cohen

# 7 – Homeschooling : The Teen Years, by Cafi Cohen

The teen years are when many homeschooling parents start to question or abandon their efforts. It's a precarious time, with challenging academics, pressing social issues, and the prospect of college looming. Parents can now breathe easy: this guide calms the teen-time jitters and even offers hope to those just turning to homeschooling now that...
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Forging Paths: Beyond Traditional Schooling, by Wes Beach

Forging Paths: Beyond Traditional Schooling, by Wes Beach

Stories of nine young people who took varying, nontraditional educational paths and succeeded in their chosen endeavors and vocations.
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Homeschool Your Child for Free, by LauraMaery Gold

Homeschool Your Child for Free, by LauraMaery Gold

Introduced in 2000, Homeschool Your Child for Free gave countless parents the plan and peace of mind to get their kids’ education on the right track. Now, authors LauraMaery Gold and Joan M. Zielinski have revised and updated their popular guide, offering their expert homeschooling advice and information, plus new tools and resources to...
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Homeschoolers Laughing At Ourselves

The Bitter Homeschooler’s Wish List Please stop asking us if it’s legal. If it is – and it is – it’s insulting to imply that we’re criminals. And if we were criminals, would we admit it? California parents arrested — Caught Home-schooling their children without a teaching credential Spoof: “Overall, we netted a pretty...
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Homeschooling a Deaf Child

Children who are hard of hearing or deaf can thrive being homeschooled. Site also supports deaf parents of hearing children.
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Homeschooling the Early Years, by Linda Dobson

Homeschooling the Early Years, by Linda Dobson

Young children are full of curiosity, imagination, and a sense of wonder. They're willing to try new things and possess a natural joy of discovery. Yet in a traditional school, these natural behavior traits are too often squelched.
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Homeschooling Your Struggling Learner, by Kathy Kuhl

Homeschooling Your Struggling Learner, by Kathy Kuhl

How does a parent change from "Not me! I wouldn't have the patience," into a parent willing to take the plunge into homeschooling?
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Making the Choice, by Corin Barsily Goodwin

Making the Choice, by Corin Barsily Goodwin

Instead of trying to force your child to fit into school, perhaps it is time to consider finding educational options that fully address your child's academic and emotional needs.
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