All Homeschoolers Need to Stick Together To Be Stronger

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All Homeschoolers Need to Stick Together To Be Stronger

All Homeschoolers Need to Stick Together To Be Stronger

No matter what homeschool philosophy or method you follow, we all have similarities and common ground we can stand on. All too often I see or hear of homeschool families divided. The Unschoolers v.s. the Classical; the Charlotte Mason v.s. the Textbook Style, Christian Homeschoolers v.s. the Secular Homeschoolers, etc. But, what if we stuck together, despite what style, method or philosophy we adhere to? What if we celebrated what we have in common instead of separating ourselves by our differences? What could we accomplish? For one thing, we could give homeschooling a stronger more unified voice. When it comes

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Choosing Homeschool Curriculum

Choosing Homeschool Curriculum

Homeschool curriculum is a hot topic among those new to homeschooling as well as those of us who have been at it for a while. Questions about curriculum are some of the most common, perhaps even running neck-and-neck with the ‘socialization’ question. A vast array of amazing curriculum  exists to support you in this journey, no matter what method(s) you use or special needs you may need to address. We have options! In fact, it can sometimes feel like there are too many choices and you can feel overwhelmed.    (Remember the first homeschool convention you went to and the

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8 Homeschooling Methods

8 Homeschooling Methods

Well you have decided to homeschool, you are excited, maybe a bit nervous; but ready to jump into doing some more research. I spent many coffee breaks and evenings on the internet looking at different curricula, and then I found that there were actually different methods of homeschooling. Maybe you are doing your own research too and finding the same thing?  I want to assure you that you don’t have to decide a method right away.  I actually just jumped in and started to homeschool. As we progressed throughout our first year I learned that we floated between methods of

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