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9 Tips to Keep Housework at Bay While Homeschooling

9 Tips to Keep Housework at Bay While Homeschooling

9 Tips to Keep Housework at Bay While Homeschooling BY LINDA DOBSON You think your house has that "lived-in" look now? Wait until it's actually lived in! But where is the law that says our homes must be void of dust bunnies, and who gave Martha Stewart the final say on it all? Homeschooling families leap the housework hurdle in their own [...]

10 Telling Trends in Hybrid Homeschooling

10 Telling Trends in Hybrid Homeschooling

10 Telling Trends in Hybrid Homeschooling Homeschooling has been around for most of recorded history, but hybrid homeschooling is a fairly new phenomenon. For hybrid homeschoolers, education takes on multiple dimensions, combining elements of both homeschooling and traditional schooling to take advantage of the best aspects of both. That [...]

Tips to Help Your Homeschooled Child Through the Back-to-School Hype

Tips to Help Your Homeschooled Child Through the Back-to-School Hype

Tips to Help Your Homeschooled Child Through the Back-to-School Hype  By Sue Patterson Let a veteran homeschooler mom help you help your children enjoy missing the back-to-school hype. You can't miss it. "Back to School" ads. "School Clothes" shopping. Even conversations among complete strangers who run into each other at the grocery store, [...]

How to Choose a Music Teacher for Your Homeschooling Children

How to Choose a Music Teacher for Your Homeschooling Children

How to Choose a Music Teacher for Your Homeschooling Children By Gerald Crawford Choosing homeschooling can be a decision that parents find very demanding. They find that they are responsible for making sure that their children are provided with the necessary academic and practical lessons to meet the required standards. Lessons can give [...]

Why Are We Afraid Of Switching to Homeschooling??

Why Are We Afraid Of Switching to Homeschooling??

Why Are We Afraid Of Switching to Homeschooling? By Linda Dobson We know those who hold the power and the money in today's education system would fear reform that puts children's education ahead of profit, prestige, convenience, and employment security. But what do we, the people, have to be afraid of if government loosens its monopolistic [...]

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