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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 [...]

Homeschooling Starting Points: Simply Watch the Dust Settle

Homeschooling Starting Points: Simply Watch the Dust Settle

Homeschooling Starting Points: Simply Watch the Dust Settle By Linda Dobson You've just finished tonight's chapter of the family's bedtime book and tucked the last child into bed. As you descend the stairs your eyes scan the living room: There are three gaps on the bookshelf where the D, K, and S encyclopedias belong; tiny pieces of magazine [...]

Homeschooling: Bringing Home the Child Who Doesn’t Know as Much as You Thought She Knew

Homeschooling: Bringing Home the Child Who Doesn’t Know as Much as You Thought She Knew

Homeschooling: Bringing Home the Child Who Doesn't Know as Much as You Thought She Knew By Linda Dobson This scenario plays out in a frightening number of instances when parents take children out of school for homeschooling. The circumstances are always similar. Parent believes child is doing very well in public or private school. [...]

The Best Thing about Home Is That It Isn’t a School At All

The Best Thing about Home Is That It Isn’t a School At All

The Best Thing about Home Is That It Isn't a School At All By Linda Dobson I know. You’re inundated with the hoopla of “going back to school” for most of the summer. Maybe you picked up some new learning supplies recently, thanks to the sales. Your kids have watched their friends disappear into the big yellow bus. It’s time to start [...]

Book Review: The Art of Education: Reclaiming Your Family, Community and Self

Book Review: The Art of Education: Reclaiming Your Family, Community and Self

Book Review: The Art of Education: Reclaiming Your Family, Community and Self By Beth Balmanno Every so often, a book comes along that is destined to become a classic. The writing and the message cosmically align to create a book that will magically stand the test of time and be forever relevant in the literary canon. Frankenstein. The [...]

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