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Monday, June 11, 2018

Summer doesn’t mean there’s no time for homeschool summer science! In fact, you probably have even more time now that you’re not bogged down with a school schedule. In your free time, consider…

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Monday, June 11, 2018

Guest post written by Grace Carter Writing an essay is a good way for your child to think about a subject and develop a solid understanding of it. It also helps develop good writing skills…

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Homeschooling Articles

Homeschooling & Loving It! – Issue 22

Homeschool & Loving It with Rebecca Kochenderfer – an information-packed e-blast, brought to you by Homeschool.com containing specific advice from Rebecca.

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Flag Day Unit Study: History, Facts & More!

Flag Day Unit Study: History Facts & More!

Flag Day Unit Study: History Facts & More! Flag Day began as a way to honor one of our nation’s iconic symbols: the American Flag. Unlike many of our other holidays, this one isn’t meant to celebrate or honor any individual people. Instead, it’s truly about the flag alone. This summer, take some time to […]

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101 Things to do This Summer

Great Summer Resource: 101 Things To Do This Summer

Two words parents do not want to hear over the summer are “I’m bored!” The best way to tackle this head on is to have super fun summer activities ready to go! We’ve compiled our list of 101 Things into a version we know you’re going to love!

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Memorial Day: Facts, History, and More!

Memorial Day Unit Study: Facts, History, and More! Is Memorial Day just another patriotic holiday? Every year in the United States, Memorial Day is observed on the last Monday of May. One of the first Memorial Day celebrations dates back to 1866 in New York. However, similar events are found throughout history as we decorate […]

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Homeschooling & Loving it – Issue 21

Homeschool & Loving It with Rebecca Kochenderfer – an information-packed e-blast, brought to you by Homeschool.com containing specific advice from Rebecca.

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Special Needs Homeschooling

All of us at Homeschool.com believe passionately that home is the best place to educate a child. This context is even more profound when it comes to the special needs learner. Who else knows the child like his parent?

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Homeschooling & Loving it – Issue 20

Homeschool & Loving It with Rebecca Kochenderfer – an information-packed e-blast, brought to you by Homeschool.com containing specific advice from Rebecca.

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Homeschooling & Loving it – Issue 19

Homeschool & Loving It with Rebecca Kochenderfer – an information-packed e-blast, brought to you by Homeschool.com containing specific advice from Rebecca.

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