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Home Sweet School

By Lisa Poisso

“What are you doing at the park this early on a school day?”

It’s an innocent question that more and more kids answer with two simple words: “I homeschool.” It seems like everyone knows a homeschooling family these days — and they’re not just hippies or fundamentalists. Who are all these homeschoolers, and why are more and more families turning to homeschooling? (more…)

Posted: Children & Teens , Homeschool , Kids Learning | November 18th, 2006 | 1 Comment »

What We’re Reading: What the Rest of Us Can Learn from Homeschooling

By C. Delia Scarpitti

Even after the beginning of the school year, many parents of traditionally schooled children turn their thoughts to the ongoing process of keeping their child’s mind stimulated beyond the classroom. (more…)

How to Homeschool Your Child

By Susan Mallette

Congratulations if you are thinking about homeschooling or have already made the decision and are just getting started. You are beginning a beautiful journey with your children, one that will create memory after memory of first-time experiences and snapshot moments … (more…)

Building the Unschooling or Homeschooling Village

By Vicki Johnston

Unschooling is so different for every family. The advantage of unschooling is that the child enjoys opportunities to learn naturally throughout the day. For alert guides of children, teachable moments occur whenever interest is piqued by some household project, shopping or cultural excursion. (more…)

Q&A: How do I homeschool my child when I have an active todder?

Question: Now that my toddler is more active, how can I provide my older daughter with the attention she needs to tackle more complex subjects requiring my assistance? (more…)

Q&A: How should we structure our homeschooling year?

Question: Now that we’re homeschooling, how should we structure our school year? Is it better to study more or less continuously with short breaks or to follow a more traditional schedule with longer vacations? (more…)

Posted: Children & Teens , Homeschool , Kids Learning | February 1st, 2004 | No Comments »

Can a Single Parent Homeschool/Unschool?

By Jan Hunt

These days, many parents find themselves alone, whether by choice or by circumstances. Many of these parents assume that homeschooling is not an option for them — but like many other assumptions, this can be self-fulfilling. (more…)

Posted: Children & Teens , Homeschool , Kids Learning | January 1st, 2004 | No Comments »

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