Homeschooling


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Rethink Your Cooperation: To Co-op Or Not to Co-op

What exactly is a co-op? Does your family need a co-op? How do we go about choosing a co-op? This week we will be hearing from Susanne Brown, administrator of Upstate Homeschool Co-op, which happens to be the largest co-op in the country! For all your co-op questions, look no further!

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Rethink Your Coordination– An Interview with Steve Blackston

Thank the Lord, most of us don’t go at this “homeschool thing” alone. We have others that are locking arms with us to support and encourage us in our journey. This week, we will be talking with Steve Blackston specifically about our coordination with our spouse. How can we as a couple most effectively work […]

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Rethink Everything in 2019

Our theme for Teach Them Diligently 2019 is “Rethink Education,” and you will see that focus reflected in much of what we do this season. In 365, though, we will be spending each week rethinking EVERYTHING—making sure that what we’re doing is the best for our family, making sure that we’re thinking and acting biblically […]

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Keep It Simple – An Interview With Steve Lambert

Sometimes we lose our way because we take our eyes off why we're doing what we're doing as well as how high the stakes and how great the opportunities really are. This week, we'll chat with homeschool pioneer and publisher of Five in a Row, Steve Lambert, about what he's learned about homeschooling and parenting through the years. This is a must watch!!

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Homeschooling the Large Family

Whether you have 2 children or 10, you will leave this session feeling encouraged that you can homeschool your large family. Topics include: organizational tips scheduling/flexibility getting away from the school-at-home mentality multi-level learning keeping little ones happy and engaged having reasonable expectations
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Over-kneaded

In April, we will take a look at being "over-kneaded" and how to make sure that does not affect your family or your homeschool. We'll also talk about different field trip ideas, the arts in home education, and then we’ll finish up the month by considering the National Day of Prayer. Be sure to join us in April!

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Homeschool Styles

In March, we will turn our attention to different styles of homeschooling. Not every style works for every family, but there are many to explore. We'll look at those different options and even chat with some experts. You don't want to miss a week!

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HSLDA

This week we’ll be looking at homeschooling from a legal perspective. What do we need to be aware of? How can we know what’s illegal in our states? What are some pitfalls that homeschool families fall into? Mike Donnelly with HSLDA joins us to share some insight.

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Homeschooling Multiple Levels – Littles Edition

This week, we take a field trip to my friend Shari’s house as we talk about how to involve your littles in your homeschool. Whether you are currently in this situation or have already moved beyond, this conversation is packed with helpful information for you to use or share with other moms in the trenches.

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Christmas Around The World

This week, we will discuss a creative way to help your family focus on the One we truly are celebrating this month. Then, we will finish by looking at Christmas around the world and the academic and discipleship opportunities tied to that.

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Engaging Others In Your Homeschool

This time of year lends itself in big ways to engaging others in your homeschool. Whether these individuals have been very supportive, lukewarm, or downright hostile to the path God has called you to walk, finding meaningful and creative ways to engage them in what you are doing is a great way to make them more excited about your homeschool efforts.

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