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Control Over Our Time

“Homeschooling gives us control over our time, one of our most precious and limited resources. We have more time to work with because we don’t have to ride school buses, collect endless forms, etc. We can get enough rest, which makes life much easier. We can plan our time in ways that work well...
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Homeschooling in Italy

Homeschooling in Italy

Homeschooling mom and blogger Debbie Harbeson has been featuring interviews with homechooling parents to showcase the fun and freedom of homeschooling across the U.S., but on Monday she broadened her net to include Sybille Kramer, a homeschooling mom in Italy! Debbie writes: “I met Sybille while on one of my twisting, turning trips on...
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Sailboat Learning

Sailboat Learning

“I’ve never believed that the only way to get an education is to sit at a desk with four walls around you. The world is our classroom and our home – a 41 foot sailboat – takes us there. My husband Tom and I dreamed of sailing around the world before our daughters were...
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H is for Homeschooling

H is for Homeschooling

A sing-song romp through the alphabet as it relates to homeschooling!
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In Defense of Workbooks

In Defense of Workbooks

“I confess! I’m guilty! I use… dare I say it aloud? Workbooks. The word has been blacklisted by homeschoolers, unschoolers and school-at-homers alike for years. In fact, if you’re ever at a gathering of people whose children aren’t in school it’s a good ice breaker. How about those workbooks, huh? Glad we don’t have...
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