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Best Homeschooling

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Best Homeschooling

Lillian Jones’ Best Homeschooling and Homeschooling Gateway to the Internet is a treasure trove of information, great reading, and almost limitless resources for homeschooling – a one-stop cornucopia with no pesky ads or affiliate links to clutter up your reading. Hundreds of favorite links to free homeschooling resources and information about learning and teaching,...
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Grown Without Schooling

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Grown Without Schooling

Accompany ten grown homeschoolers from around the country, ranging in age from 19 to 31, as they explore and candidly discuss the lasting influence home education has had on their lives. Produced and edited for the homeschooling community by lifelong homeschooler Peter Kowalke, Grown Without Schooling is a 107 minute documentary, and a frank...
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Fun Homeschool Videos

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Fun Homeschool Videos

I knew there were a few clever homeschool videos out there, but I was amazed to find there are dozens of good homeschool humor videos! Some of them are really clever and well done, while others, well.. not so much, but all in all they’re a wonderful testament to the humor, diversity, inspiration and...
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Fifty Dangerous Things

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Fifty Dangerous Things

“Gever Tulley’s Fifty Dangerous Things (You Should Let Your Children Do) (Tinkering Unlimited, 2009) is a lot less terrifying than it sounds. (In fact, a lot of it, compared to some of the dangerous things my kids decided to do, is positively mild.) In just over 100 pages, Tulley describes fifty temptingly risky and...
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Federal Resources for Educational Excellence

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Federal Resources for Educational Excellence

Federal Resources for Educational Excellence, or FREE, makes it easy to find teaching and learning resources from the federal government. More than 1,500 federally supported teaching and learning resources are included from dozens of federal agencies, and new sites are added regularly. FREE is among the most popular K-12 websites maintained by the U.S....
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Homeschooler’s Guide to Creating the Perfect Schedule”

“The Homeschooler’s Guide to Creating the Perfect Schedule with Any Curriculum or Program” is a collection of real schedules from homeschoolers of Christian, Secular, single child, multiple children, special needs, preschool to high school, working/homeschooling moms, and un-schooling families, and where to find FREE and discounted resources. Perfect for the new, prospective, or frustrated...
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Homeschooled and nontraditionally educated students, UC Riverside is looking for you!

Homeschooled and nontraditionally educated students, UC Riverside is looking for you! Come to UC Riverside’s Information Day for on campus Homeschooled and nontraditionally educated students October 7, 9 a.m. to noon. Get Fall 2007 admission details Get an overview of current academic programs Hear about UC Riverside from the perspective of currently enrolled homeschooledstudents...
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The Great Idea Finder

The Great Idea Finder‘s website reads: “The Great Idea Finder is a place to explore the exciting world of innovation. Whether you’re a student, teacher, parent, inventor, history buff, or just looking for innovative consumer products, you’ll find things you can use here. Come join us in Celebrating the Spirit of Innovation. Your host,...
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HEM’s Homeschooling Information

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Link: Home Education Magazine. Homeschoolers are people who ask questions, from the first “Is it legal?” to ongoing concerns such as “Is there a conference near me?” and “What about college?” From this page we’ve linked to articles and columns which answer the questions we hear from homeschoolers. Among the helpful links on this...
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