Posts Tagged ‘ socialization ’

Homeschool Football

In a commentary piece for the Temple Daily Telegram in Temple, Texas, Tim Waits explains how local homeschoolers have put together their own sports team: Local homeschool team making most of its opportunity: Football can be complicated as anyone involved would like to make it or as simple as drawing pass routes in the...
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New Homeschooling Video

A series of conversations about homeschooling from the Homeschool Association of California conference highlights various aspects of homeschooling, providing helpful information and friendly encouragement for anyone considering homeschooling, and perspective and insight for those already doing it. You can watch the entire 50 minute video, or select individual segments on various topics. The videos...
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No. Carolina: Homeschool Coops

No. Carolina: Homeschool Coops

In the October 5 Asheville, North Carolina Citizen-Times, writer Ashley Wilson’s article, Home-schoolers turn to co-ops, is subtitled There’s nothing lonely about learning at home. After some standard fare about homeschooled kids dissecting owl pellets, staining woodworking projects and drawing pictures, the writer reveals that “support groups, organizations, sports teams, clubs and cooperatives for...
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Homeschool Socialization

From the article, “Homeschooling group makes time for student socialization,” by Alaina Busch, which ran in the Southeast Missourian on Sunday, September 20, 2009: Traditionally, socialization has been a point of controversy for parents who homeschool their children, said Misty Arthur, a member of the Southeast Missouri Homeschoolers Association. “When people homeschool, people are...
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J/A Issue: Questions & Answers

Laura Weldon's Questions & Answers column for the July/August issue of Home Education Magazine posed two questions, on the topics of 'Maintaining Your Coolness' and 'Homeschooling Dad Angst.'
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