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Parents, It’s Time to Consider Your Educational Choices

Parents, It’s Time to Consider Your Educational Choices

Parents, It's Time to Consider Your Educational Choice I ran across Gerald Celente and the work of the Trends Research Institute back when homeschooling was in its infancy and the Institute predicted the growth of this educational choice would continue. They were right. That growth, I suspect, will today and in the foreseeable future be [...]

The Declaration of Independence

The Declaration of Independence

If your family is taking a winter break and spending additional time together, maybe it's a good time to have some hot chocolate, read and discuss the reasons our forefathers wanted freedom from the oppression of the British government. The Declaration of Independence IN CONGRESS, July 4, 1776. The unanimous Declaration of the [...]

Homeschooling (In Less than 1000 Words)

Homeschooling (In Less than 1000 Words)

By Linda Dobson HOMESCHOOLING - the act of families accepting legal, financial, and educational responsibility for their own children in a family environment; an education that is individually configured and parent- or child-led; also known as home education. Homeschooling may be accomplished in the home with a parent as primary instructor, or [...]

The Early Years Child’s Learning Assets

The Early Years Child’s Learning Assets

The Early Years Child's Learning Assets (Early Years - ages three to eight) By Linda Dobson When I asked my boss if he'd visited the campground where his sister and her family joined other homeschooling families for the annual homeschoolers' campout, he said he had ventured out the evening of the same afternoon I went for a visit. That [...]

Hooray for Field Trips: Homeschooling the Early Years

Hooray for Field Trips: Homeschooling the Early Years

I know all of you don't live where snow blankets the earth for six months during an especially harsh winter. So while you may not be quite as eager as I am to embrace the arrival of warm weather (or at least to enjoy outdoor temperatures that don't hurt), you're still probably more inclined to think about outdoor and travel activities when the [...]

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