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Lifeboats: What Homeschooling Advocacy Means to Me

Lifeboats: What Homeschooling Advocacy Means to Me

Lifeboats: What Homeschooling Advocacy Means to Me By Linda Dobson I never set out to become a homeschooling advocate, though that is what I'm often called. As I watched three young hearts and minds blossom in an educational experience antithetical to my own, it was impossible to keep the discovery - the joy, the love, the obvious [...]

Homeschooling: Dealing with Doubting Relatives

Homeschooling: Dealing with Doubting Relatives

Homeschooling: Dealing with Doubting Relatives By Linda Dobson It's one thing to paint your house, only to have your mother-in-law stick up her nose and mutter something about nausea. It's quite another to soul-search, decide that the very best thing you can do for your children is to create a new family lifestyle, then listen to her wail that [...]

Weirdest Homeschooling Laws

Weirdest Homeschooling Laws

Weirdest Homeschooling Laws Throwing a little bit of fun at you on a Monday, here are the "weirdest homeschooling laws" as compiled by Kathleen Iuzzolino, co-host of Kaleidoscapes discussion board for home educators and used with her kind permission in The First Year of Homeschooling Your Child: Your Complete Guide to Getting Off to the Right [...]

Decompression Time After School Attendance Described

Decompression Time After School Attendance Described

Decompression Time After School Attendance Described By Linda Dobson To decompress means "to relieve of pressure," and no other term could better describe what homeschooling parents have found to be a saving grace for the child coming to intellectual and social freedom from schooling. Pressure created by school attendance comes from many [...]

Homeschooling: The Temporal Nature of Messy

Homeschooling: The Temporal Nature of Messy

Homeschooling: The Temporal Nature of Messy By Linda Dobson When our older son first moved out of the house, we wound up rearranging everyone's sleeping quarters to create space for a much-needed office. On the appointed day, the bed and dresser were moving out (look at all those crayons back there!), the desk was coming in from the garage [...]

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