Posts Tagged ‘ homeschool support groups ’

July/August Issue

July/August Issue

The July/August issue is an outstanding one, full of superb articles and columns, and the Sept/Oct issue already promises to be even better! If you’re not a subscriber yet, sign up online right now for special savings! A one year subscription to Home Education Magazine is only $26.00 (Regularly $32.00 – save $6.00); and...
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Post-Homeschooling Decisions

Questions & Answers for the March-April issue “In a few months the youngest of my three homeschooled children will be heading off for college. I know it makes me sound like a whiner but I am completely bereft. I found close friends in the homeschooling community and very soon I will no longer belong....
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Support Without A Support Group

Support Without A Support Group

I frequently get asked by both homeschoolers and non-homeschoolers whether or not we belong to a support group. Coming from non-homeschoolers this usually means: “Do your kids have any contact with other kids?” Coming from homeschoolers this usually means: “Is there a group in the area that I don’t know about that I might...
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A Learning Cooperative

A Learning Cooperative

“I couldn’t believe all the bones…” That’s one kid talking about dissecting owl pellets. Actually it was Micah, age eight, writing a newspaper article for the Once-in-a-Lifetime Paper. All of the writers were homeschoolers from three towns in northwest Iowa, and both the owl pellets and the newspaper were part of a six-week learning...
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Ever-Bigger Questions

Ever-Bigger Questions

What should be the end result of homeschooling? What great goal, what worthy purpose do we seek in educating our children? What do we know of our journey’s eventual destination, what do we hope for and dream of for our children as they approach or move into adulthood? Close to thirty years of homeschooling...
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