Thinking about homeschooling for the coming school year? Here is what you need to do to get started.
Are you a parent of a child or children ages 5 and under? Are you considering homeschooling? If so, HSLDA (Home School Legal Defense Association) offers a free membership for you.
This FREE HSLDA membership is for parents or legal guardians whose oldest child is under age 5. Here are the benefits you receive! Personal phone and email access to legal staff for your state, for any legal concerns regarding your homeschool Toddlers to Tweens consultant (preschool–8th grade) who can answer your homeschooling questions about everything …
HSLDA.org/espanol explains the basics of what homeschooling is, how to get started, and how to apply for HSLDA membership. Spanish speakers may also contact HSLDA at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do you need a photo ID for your homeschooled student or a teacher ID for yourself. HSLDA now offers these services for its members. Find out more at: HSLDA Photo IDs
The Home School Legal Defense Association offers a helpful brochure on homeschooling through high school. It offers information on course planning, transcript development, record keeping, SATs and ACTs, and preparing for college, military and life. Available for download: http://www.hslda.org/highschool/HSBrochure.pdf
Each Friday, my children and I get together with our local Catholic homeschooling group. The children play while the moms pray, vent, exchange ideas, do some spiritual reading, and support each other through whatever challenges or blessings we happen to be experiencing at that moment. I don’t know what I would do without the friendship …