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Report: HSLDA Attorney's Summary Of Legal Changes To Homeschooling Proposed By New Administration

Posted in News on November 12, 2016
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This report was given to Homeschool Base by Curtis Bussiere in response to the article - Homeschoolers Mentioned in Trump's Plan for First 100 Days.  The HSLDA has yet to release any public statement about the new Administration but this article was written by their chairman, Mike Farris. Note: This article is written from a Christian perspective and expresses Read More »

How Sewing Can Benefit Homeschoolers

Posted in Hobbies and Crafts, Home Economics, Homeschooling on November 11, 2016

We are so very excited to be publishing this guest article written by Angela Canter from Kids Make Clothes. Go check out the Kids Make Clothes Facebook Page as well! The art of sewing First of all, Sewing is an art and it is a lifetime skill.  Learning how to sew and make your own clothing Read More »

Elements of Art & Line - Art Education for the Home School

Posted in Art on October 19, 2015

This is the first post in a short series of guest posts by April Boston on basic art education for homeschoolers. Hopefully, these lessons can give you some basic ideas for starting out and learning on your own. The Elements of Art and the Line Covering all of the subjects taught in a traditional school can be Read More »

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