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Ask Jeanne: How can I talk my son and daughter-in-law out of homeschooling?

Ask Jeanne: Don’t Homeschool My Grandchildren

by Jeanne Faulconer

I know you know about this homeschooling thing. I understand it probably can help some kids, but my grandchildren are absolutely fine, and they don't … [Continue reading...]

TheHomeSchoolMom Blog: What Curriculum Should I Use For My 4 Year Old?

What Curriculum Should I Use For My 4 Year Old?

by Mary Ann Kelley

Recently on TheHomeSchoolMom's Facebook page someone asked for recommendations for her soon to be 4 year old. It took me back to when I had a 4 year … [Continue reading...]

Grandparent Guide to Homeschooling: Sharing Your Time

Grandparent Guide: Sharing Your Time

by Jeanne Faulconer

I wrote in the first installment of the Grandparent Guide to Homeschooling that grandparents can be a big blessing to homeschooling families -- by … [Continue reading...]

Grandparent Guide to Homeschooling: Supporting Homeschooling

Grandparent Guide: Supporting Homeschooling

by Jeanne Faulconer

Not long ago, I responded to an "Ask Jeanne" question from a grandparent who wanted to convince her son and daughter-in-law not to homeschool her twin … [Continue reading...]

TheHomeSchoolMom Blog: Talking to Your Teen About College Debt

Talking To Your Teen About College Debt

by Mary Ann Kelley

I'm a fan of natural consequences, but sometimes the lessons are too big - with consequences that last a lifetime - for the maturity level of the … [Continue reading...]

TheHomeSchoolMom Blog: Homeschooler, Magician, Dad

Homeschooler, Magician, Dad

by Living Education Contributor

by Ben MitchellThis article first appeared in Fall 2014 edition of Living Education: Organic Learning.As a homeschool father, I was mostly in … [Continue reading...]