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Homeschooling and It Couldn’t Be Done

Homeschooling and It Couldn't Be Done   It Couldn't Be Done By Edgar Guest Warmly dedicated to all of the wonderful new families who will begin to enjoy the homeschooling lifestyle in 2012   Somebody said that it couldn't be done, But he with a chuckle replied, That "maybe it couldn't," but he would be one Who wouldn't say so [...]

Little Things

Little Things By: Beth Redmond, Homeschool Montgomery  "What's the best advice you have for new homeschooling parents?" Every now and then I get asked this by readers. At the start of a new school year, it might be a good time to revisit this question. I always feel strange answering it, because with only two years of homeschooling [...]

Important Facts Every Parent Needs to Know about Children and Learning

Important Facts Every Parent Needs to Know about Children and Learning By Linda Dobson Linus Pauling, a poor little boy who grew up to become the recipient of the Nobel prize in chemistry in 1954 and the Nobel peace prize in 1962, wasn't considered a child genius. "What started him on a long and productive life," writes Mihaly [...]

Homeschooling Starts In Many Different Places

Homeschooling Starts In Many Different Places By Linda Dobson For some folks, the decision to pursue homeschooling is a piece of cake compared to actually facing the first day of complete responsibility for their children's education. I know: I've been there. There can never be a definitive "how to" book for this occasion, no matter how loudly [...]

Where Are the Homeschooling Families Going?

Where Are The Homeschooling Families Going? By Linda Dobson That depends on who you ask. At the most basic level, homeschooling is the act of your family's taking full responsibility for the education of your own children. Acceptance of this responsibility lets your family step off the public school learning path, which in turn frees you from [...]

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