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Lessons From a Homeschool Veteran: My Homeschool Story

As someone who has homeschooled for over 11 years, I have a lot of stories to share. Families choose to homeschool for many different reasons, and there are many methods of which to homeschool. Today I would like to share my homeschool story with you as well as the lessons I have learned along the way as a homeschool...
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4 Things to Consider Before Starting Your Family’s Homeschooling Journey

Homeschooling follows a “school at home” approach which clearly signifies that the schooling will be done at home, rather than a traditional setting. With the passage of time, homeschooling has gained the attention of of many parents as it differs from the traditional education system and fits with some children's and family's needs.Homeschooling contains an array of effective methods...
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Put some fun back into homeschool

It is that time of year where we get pre-occupied with holiday parties and get togethers, and our kids start to get a little bored with homeschool. It is very easy to want to take a break for a while, but instead of giving into the break, maybe you should step back and find some ways to add life...
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Taking time for yourself

Putting too much into our schedules does not do us any good, but it is not great for our kids either. Happy mommies homeschool better. We are more cheerful, and our kids benefit from having all of us instead of burned out versions of us.
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It’s okay to be different

Seeing my son being hurt in the same way I was made me want to work that much harder to make sure that my kids knew that it was okay to be an individual and that while you might get picked on for having your own opinions and ideas, that confidence is especially important.
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