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Jennie Alvarez

Homeschool mom of 4. Join me on this journey!

7 Great Tips For New Homeschooling Moms

Homeschooling is growing by leaps and bounds, as more and more families are taking their children’s education into their own hands. Regardless of the reasons for homeschooling, it can be hard to determine where to start. Which curriculum should you choose? Should you buy curriculum at all? What kinds of …

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4 Popular Homeschooling Methods

There are many ways to homeschool. Some are formalized systems such as Montessori homeschooling, a classical education method, and structured distance learning. No one method is the right method. Different home situations, ages, and resource helps determine the best method for you and your homeschoolers. All of the homeschool methods …

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Homeschooling Laws Every Mom Should Know

Today homeschooling is extremely popular with literally millions of children enjoying homeschool learning, and that number is just in the United States. The most recent estimate is that the homeschooling phenomenon will continue to grow to over twelve million by the year 2015. The laws governing homeschooling are not federal, …

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4 Questions Every New Homeschooling Mom Has

When most people begin thinking about homeschooling, they have a lot of questions. There are a lot of decisions to make but there is no need to feel overwhelmed if you take a systematic approach to the problem/opportunity. Breaking down the preparation for an entire school year into smaller, say …

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Homeschooling Lesson Plans Made Easy

Lesson plans are the “bread & butter” of Homeschooling. Creating lesson plans with your child using theme-based learning is a fun way to teach and learn. Your child can be involved as you brainstorm them from virtually any topic your child shows an interest in. Different themes may suggest themselves …

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What About Legal Difficulties and Homeschooling

Sometimes people are afraid to enter into homeschooling because they worry about the possibility of having problems with authorities over home education. Homeschooling is legal in all fifty states but there are varying degrees of freedom associated with the homeschooling choice in every state like stated on on the homepage. …

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Field Trips and Homeschooling

One of the great things about homeschooling is the ability to take field trips. When you homeschool you can make it so that these trips fit into your schedule. And field trips don’t have to be expensive either. Just about every major zoo and museum has free days. Visit their …

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