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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...]

TheHomeSchoolMom Blog: New homeschoolers, beware these red flags

New Homeschoolers, Beware

by Jeanne Faulconer

New homeschoolers are bombarded with information from which curriculum to use (see #11) to how to train their children (see #3). Homeschoolers are a … [Continue reading...]

TheHomeSchoolMom Blog - Helping Homeschoolers: Why you should give information, not advice

Helping Homeschoolers: Information, Not Advice

by Jeanne Faulconer

If you've homeschooled for a couple of years, you may be in a position to help people who are considering homeschooling or who are in their first year … [Continue reading...]

TheHomeSchoolMom Blog: What is a homeschool co-op?

What Is a Homeschool Co-op?

by Jeanne Faulconer

A homeschool co-op is a group of families who meet together and work cooperatively to achieve common goals. Co-ops can be organized around academics, … [Continue reading...]