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Time for End of Year Reporting

It is that time of year again: time to complete end-of-year reports for homeschooling. If you live in a state that requires you to report, your reports may take various forms. Some of the most common are submitting standardized test scores, a progress report, or a portfolio showing samples of work from the year.

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How to Incorporate Charlotte Mason Notebooks in Your Homeschool

In The Living Page: Keeping Notebooks with Charlotte Mason, Laurie Bestvater explores the various types of notebooks Charlotte Mason used and how we might incorporate them into our homeschools.

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The Importance of Learning How Things Work

Homeschoolers love making the connection between the theoretical and the practical. Our wonderful guest today, Inshal Chenet, is going to open up a fascinating topic: The Importance of Learning How Things Work.

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How to Fight the February Funk
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How to Cope with February

Despite being the shortest month, February is the bane of most homeschooler’s year. Here’s how to survive. #homeschooling #february

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First-Year Homeschooling Survival Tips

Whether you’re brand-new to homeschooling or a seasoned veteran, you’ll find great ideas in our conversation today, for making your homeschool a success.

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Time for a Mid-Year Reboot?

The Christmas break can provide an opportunity to adjust what is not working in our homeschool.

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HSLDA Community Webinars

Whether you are a member of HSLDA or not, you can take advantage of their collection of their recorded webinars .

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Help Your Teen Prepare for Life After High School

Walter Crawford chats with Tammy Parker, Catholic Teacher, Accountability Mentor, Financial Advisor, as they ask the great question, “Should teens know all the answers for life after highschool?”

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How to Help Your Dyslexic Child

Your dyslexic child can thrive in your homeschool, but you may need some extra information and support. These resources can help you and your child be more successful!

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Homeschooling for Parents: Getting it Right – and Realistic

(Image: https://www.pexels.com/photo/close-up-of-girl-writing-256468/ ) Guest post by Chloe Kirby There is a good reason teachers are professionally trained. Teaching children requires skills that are not simply…

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