Posts Tagged ‘ homeschooling resources ’

HEM Support Groups Pages

Homeschool support groups and the individuals who build networks between homeschooling families are the glue which holds the homeschooling community together. Through their newsletters, conferences, websites, discussion lists, weblogs and more, homeschool support groups and active individuals keep the lines of communication open, while offering information, resources, news and perspectives on homeschooling. HEM has...
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Teens and Writing

Teens and Writing

As teenagers, our kids seldom did grammar exercises and never wrote reports and term papers. According to some in the educational establishment, they ought to be poor writers. Not so. Both got “A’s” in their college freshmen English classes. Friends now often ask them for help editing assignments. Both enjoy writing and produce credible...
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From Boring to Board Games

Arithmetic, computation or mathematics … no matter what it’s called in school, the subject often adds up in a child’s mind as plain old boring. Kindergarten worksheets display clusters of objects for children to color and count. By third or fourth grade word problems sneak into the curriculum. I don’t know about you, but...
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Homeschool Blogs

Homeschool Blogs

Pamela Jorrick is a homeschooling mom and blogger who describes herself as “the mother of a couple of home grown, free ranging kids living in the foothills of Northern California.” On her weblog, Blah, Blah, Blog, she shares her perspective and her approach to homeschooling: I am a firm believer that education should not...
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our first ever survey

our first ever survey

is getting a great response!  Thanks to those of you who took time to complete our recent survey!  We have received so much valuable input and are working to digest it all. Our aim is to discover a whole bevy of fresh ways to stay connected and support you and your family on your...
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