• When it comes to curriculum, today’s homeschoolers have many different choices.  What do you want to teach?  What would your child like to study?  Which product best fits her learning style or his skill level?  Finding the right resources can sometimes be overwhelming!Do you want your child to become a genius in trading? Have you made some wrong investment decisions and are scared your child might do the same thing or even worse, be tricked by some investment banker? When you have extra resources today to teach your child a thing or two about trading, you don’t want to pass it up.In this area, you’ll have to opportunity to hear about some of the most popular homeschooler picks, plus some of the lesser-known resources that are equally worth a look.  You’ll even see how to create lessons by yourself.  Choosing CURRICULUM doesn’t have to be hard, if you know where to start. …
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    Family Life

    There is more to homeschooling than just academics.  You have toddlers to chase, meals to plan and children to chauffeur. There are phone calls to make, appointments to keep and bills to pay.  Caring for a parent? Working from home? Juggling visitation?  Your days can get really busy. In this area, we’ll look at ways to balance, streamline and stress-proof your FAMILY LIFE.  Click here to read about juggling it all, household management, meal planning, working while schooling, parenting, protecting your time, and much more. …
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    Laws & Legal

    Homeschoolers have the freedom to learn but there are laws  you’ll need to follow.  Understanding state laws is your responsibility, but interpreting the laws isn’t always easy.  There are places that can help.  In this area, you’ll learn where to find the homeschooling LAWS that affect you.  You’ll also find out about legal groups and organizations that can help if you have questions or problems, too. …
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    Methods & Styles

    No two families are exactly alike. What works for one might not work for another.  There is no one-size-fits-all approach to homeschooling, but there are lots of popular METHODS that you can try.  Finding your perfect STYLE can take a little time, but hearing how others do it can help you choose.  In this area, you’ll learn about some of the most common homeschooling methods and styles that other families use.  Click here to read about classical, curriculum, interest-driven, unit study, Charlotte Mason, virtual, coops, Montessori, eclectic, unschooling, Waldorf and more. …
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    Organization & Scheduling

    There are only so many hours in a day.    You want to get it all done, and hold on to your health and sanity, too.  Unless you’re a Super Hero, you can use a little help.  Make the most of every minute with these effective strategies for ORGANIZING your home and SCHEDULING your activities.  Find out how the busiest families can be the most successful and productive, too!  In this area, we’ll look at tips and techniques, forms and charts, plus how to equip yourself for all of the unexpected things that come at you throughout the day. …
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    Support

    No matter where you live and what your homeschooling philosophy, there is a support system out there to match.   SUPPORT comes in many forms, from monthly meetings in your hometown to telephone support to pod-casts and videos and even Internet-based groups, too. In this area, you’ll find resources, groups to join, and loads of activities for your children.  You don’t have to go it alone! …
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