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Homeschoolers

Group Created by RedWhiteBlack

For parents who homeschool, kids that are homeschooled or were homeschooled, and parents who are interested in home schooling.

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  1. grapesf
    02-12-2019 01:49 PM - permalink
    grapesf
    Hello Everyone!

    Visit www.sewwithsophie.com for Weekend sewing classes for kids as young as 3 years old!
    Perfect for homeschooled children and older kids.

    They also allow older kids to volunteer for volunteer hours.
  2. maths pedagogue
    10-17-2015 12:30 PM - permalink
    maths pedagogue
    I AM ON LINE TUTOR FROM INDIA SPECIALISING IN MATHS FOR GRADE 6TH TO 8TH
    IF ANY ONE INTERESTED PLEASE CALL ME
    I TEACH STUDENTS THROUGH SKYPE AND INTERACTIVE PEN DISPLAY BOARD
    MATHS PEDAGOGUE
    MAIL ID:mathspedagogue@gmail.com
    SKYPE ID:mathspedagogue
  3. mrogers115
    08-30-2014 05:29 PM - permalink
    mrogers115
    Hi There,

    Just wanted to let everyone know we are having a 3on3 Outdoor Basketball Tournament in the Bay Area (CA) on 9/27/2014 if anyone is interested in joining!

    Women's Division
    Men's Division
    Wheelchair Division
    Ages 10+

    Prizes up to 2,000 in cash!! Don't Miss It!

    3on3 Basketball Tournament - Bay Area Ca
  4. AmandaFarmwell
    08-25-2014 10:01 AM - permalink
    AmandaFarmwell
    CoffeeQ, have you tried Khanacademy.com. We like their courses. They have progress reports and everything.
  5. AmandaFarmwell
    08-25-2014 09:49 AM - permalink
    AmandaFarmwell
    I just registered my four children, two girls/two boys, at Eden Hope Academy. Has anyone heard of it? They have three locations in Virginia and are starting new groups in San Antonio -- random to go from VA to TX.

    They give you everything you need to start of Christian co-op. It's pretty cool. They have the books, timeline cards, art projects, science stuff, and even Spanish and ukulele.

    Here's what the founder says:

    Eden Hope Academies are located in Reston, Catlett and Leesburg, Virginia and opening soon in Bethesda, Maryland. Our K-4 - 12th grade students meet once each week for half hour sessions of Bible, Ukulele and Dance, Spanish, Presentation, Messy Art, and Anatomy with Dissections. Our GIANT, full-color book contains almost all of each year's Bible, science, geography, Spanish, vocabulary. Eden Hope Activity Books are packed with fun activities and great learning. Eden Hope students are active learners. They even create their own Timeline Cards! See our website under blog for pictures of our students' work. Drop-off is available at most campuses. All are welcome! www.edenhopeacademy.com
  6. in2az
    03-12-2013 10:50 AM - permalink
    in2az
    Hello, un/homeschooling blended family of 12 yo dd, 5 yo ds and three adult boys on their own (public schooled). We are looking to relocate from Northern Indiana to the Phoenix-Mesa area, and I'd love to connect with anyone in that area to find out what homeschooling in AZ is like!
  7. KimberleeH
    10-21-2012 04:35 PM - permalink
    KimberleeH
    Hey, does anyone know of a great homeschool program for the computer? I am looking for a kindergarten aged program. Like ABC mouse only on cd not on the internet. ???
  8. TLfamily6
    08-29-2012 03:28 PM - permalink
    TLfamily6
    My name is Maria and I want to relocate next year to Gresham, Oregon and I currently homeschool my teens. What options are available to homeschool that is credited by charter school. We currently homeschool from Greater San diego.
  9. MAXIALE02
    04-27-2012 08:34 PM - permalink
    MAXIALE02
    Hi all. My name is Maxine. I have a 9yo daughter that wants to be homeschooled. I want to do it too but I just don't have enough information yet. We're currently in Florida where teachers teach to a test called the FCAT. I volunteered in the classroom a while back and felt so sorry for the kids. The teacher was doing her best but I could sense the kids slowly being disconnected from their joy of learning. I asked my husband about homeschooling and he says for us to wait until the year is out and see how she does on the FCAT.

    He's getting ready to retire (military) and I would love to take at least a year of cross- country travel as an educational adventure. Maybe if I nag enough, he'll give in (sigh).

    Anyway, I was hoping to get some anecdotal accounts of some your experiences in the homeschooling process. I thank you for whatever you'd like to share.

    Kind regards. Maxine
  10. newbee5
    03-19-2012 09:34 AM - permalink
    newbee5
    hi
    my name is Bea, I'm thinking of homeschooling my two kids but I'm not sure where to start! This is all new to me so if there is anyone that can maybe point me in the right direction or give me some advise I'd really appreciate it. (live in Texas)

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