Home School Buyers Co-op Supplier Sweepstakes

“Homeschooling families can now win great educational prizes in the Homeschool Buyers Co-op Supplier Sweepstakes.  Co-op membership is free to all homeschoolers.  You get eTickets to win supplier prizes simply by visiting the supplier’s website.  To do this, you click an eTicket symbol associated with a prize, and the Co-op’s patent-pending software records an...
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Foreign Language Immersion

From – FLSAS / Teen Study Abroad:June – July – August (& throughout the year) Intensive Foreign LanguageStudy Abroad Programs for Teenagers (12 to 17 year) extremely flexible starting dates,excellent supervision, cultural & social activities college credit & high school credit possible Special Programs Only for Teens,Individuals – June July August Groups – All...
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Home Baking Association

Recently, the Home Baking Association contacted Home Education’s Magazine to let us know about the many resources at their website. I visited the site today and found it does indeed offer many interesting resources. There are Baking Tips, Educator’s Resources: A Baker’ s Dozen Lessons for Better Baking, Recipes, contests and more. I particularly...
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AERO’s 2nd Annual Student Essay Contest

We are very proud to announce AERO’s 2nd Annual Student Essay Contest. Please pass this information on to all interested students and please post at your local alternative school/program/resource center. Eligibility: Less than 18 years of age; currently enrolled in an alternative school or homeschooling/unschooling Requirements: No more than 1,500 words and no less...
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African-American Homeschoolers Family & Friends Vacation

African-American Homeschoolers Family & Friends Vacation Founded in 2004 by African-American Unschooling, a national network of Black homeschooling families, the African-American Homeschoolers Family and Friends Vacation is an annual celebration of cultural heritage and family learning. In 2005, we were off to the Gullah Islands of South Carolina, Thursday, May 26 through Sunday, May...
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