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TheHomeSchoolMom Blog: Joining a Homeschool Co-op

Joining a Co-op

by Jeanne Faulconer

How can I join a homeschool co-op?If you're looking for a homeschool co-op, keep in mind that co-ops have different approaches to new families. … [Continue reading...]

TheHomeSchoolMom Blog: The #1 Tip for Organizing Homeschool Activities

#1 Tip for Organizing Homeschool Activities

by Jeanne Faulconer

You float an idea on a homeschool email list or a Facebook group:"I'm planning a field trip to Smith Historical Farm on the morning of April 10. I … [Continue reading...]

TheHomeSchoolMom Blog: 3 ways old homeschoolers can help new homeschoolers

New Homeschoolers Need Old Homeschoolers

by Jeanne Faulconer

What do new homeschoolers need from "old" homeschoolers?In a previous post in my "Homeschoolers Helping Homeschoolers" series, I suggested that … [Continue reading...]

TheHomeSchoolMom Blog - Homegrown Riches: The Economic Challenges of Homeschooling

Homegrown Riches: The Economic Challenges of Homeschooling

by Living Education Contributor

By Amanda Witman Homeschooling on a Budget Homeschooling is an economic challenge for many families, including mine. Sometimes it takes extra … [Continue reading...]

TheHomeSchoolMom Blog - Homegrown Riches: The Economic Challenges of Homeschooling {Part 2}

Homegrown Riches: The Economic Challenges of Homeschooling {Part 2}

by Living Education Contributor

Continued from Homegrown Riches: The Economic Challenges of Homeschooling {Part I}Holiday celebrations are important. Over the years we’ve focused … [Continue reading...]

TheHomeSchoolMom Blog: How to Host an International Student

How to Host an International Student

by Jeanne Faulconer

In an earlier post, I described how hosting an international exchange student can be a benefit to a homeschooling family. Today I'd like to tell you a … [Continue reading...]