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3 Ways to Find Your Homeschooling Law and 3 Reasons You Should

3 Ways to Find Your Homeschooling Law and 3 Reasons You Should

3 Ways to Find Your Homeschooling Law and 3 Reasons You Should By Linda Dobson   Chances are that it could be the legal nut and bolt - and the fears surrounding it - that will give you great impetus to start researching homeschooling and your family's place in it. While it's ludicrous that in the twenty-first century an American [...]

Your Home Is Already a Homeschooling Supply Warehouse!

Your Home Is Already a Homeschooling Supply Warehouse!

Your Home Is Already a Homeschooling Supply Warehouse! By Linda Dobson When life and learning co-mingle as they do in homeschooling, you begin to look at the world differently. You realize every moment holds the potential to be a learning moment, every experience is a deposit in a knowledge bank, and every "thing" can contribute to the [...]

Why Do So Many Parents Think They Can’t Homeschool Their Children?

Why Do So Many Parents Think They Can’t Homeschool Their Children?

Why Do So Many Parents Think They Can't Homeschool Their Children? By Linda Dobson I'm cutting to the chase. Many parents don't think they can homeschool their children because their own schooling experience convinced them they're incapable. Not directly, of course. Instead, it was part of an overall message of incapability that permeated [...]

Potato Salad and Other Learning Lifestyle Teaching Aids

Potato Salad and Other Learning Lifestyle Teaching Aids

Potato Salad and Other Learning Lifestyle Teaching Aids By Linda Dobson When was the last time you made a list of all the things you do well? If you haven't done so since grade school, or have never done it at all, get out a pen and piece of paper. Include all of your skills, not just academically related ones. Be specific: Instead of writing [...]

Libraries Still Keep Homeschooling Affordable for Families

Libraries Still Keep Homeschooling Affordable for Families

Libraries Still Keep Homeschooling Affordable for Families By Linda Dobson When I was homeschooling three kiddos, we loved our library in Saranac Lake, New York. I'd keep track of the grand total of books we checked out - only by number of books, not names. When it came time to return the books, it was almost routine to gather, say, 42 books, [...]

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