Just Starting Out
Homeschooling can be overwhelming to a new parent. These posts have been categorized especially for helping out new homeschool moms (and dads). The posts you’ll read about here can help get you started! You might also be interested in checking out the Homeschooling 101 page.
Other site pages that are useful for getting started:
What Is a Complete Homeschool Curriculum? Choosing a complete curricula, also known as all-in-one curriculum, is often the simplest and most comfortable way for new homeschooling parents to start their homeschool journey. Since everything is included in the package, there is very little need to locate other resources. All you need to do is break Read More »
OPINION - The first reaction many parents have that there is no way you could work and homeschool your child, or be a single parent and homeschool your child. The truth is even as a single parent, or a working parent you can homeschool your child. I have met single parents who have two jobs Read More »
Each and every child is different both physically and mentally. Some children are considered to be “extra” special. They are classified outside of the scope of ordinary in comparison to other children. Many of these children fall into the category of special needs, which means they have special learning needs. Even though every child is Read More »
If you have decided to homeschool your child, you will need to know a lot of information before you start. A few of the things you need to familiarize yourself with are state laws, where you can locate resources, where to find materials, how to plan an effective curriculum, how to keep records, and how Read More »
If you have considered homeschooling, your initial thought is that it will be difficult. The truth is, homeschooling isn't as difficult as you may think. While most states allow you to homeschool your child as long as you follow the regulations they have set forth, six states in the U.S.A. will not allow you to Read More »