More than one million children are being home schooled in the Unites States today and more and more parents are choosing this road every day. But do you know how to start home schooling?
This list of tips will give you a good starting point upon which to build but one tip which we would emphasize here is that of contacting your local support group. home schooling is not an easy option and you will need help. Fortunately however you are not alone and the help and advice that you can get from other parents involved in home schooling will be absolutely invaluable.
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Home schoolers create social group - Paragould Daily Press
16 Feb 2012 at 12:45pm
Paragould Daily Press
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The Iowa Virtual Academy is for children in grades K through sixth, any student in Iowa can start taking classes this fall. Academy staffers say this is a great opportunity for parents who'...
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5 Feb 2012 at 4:02pm
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Zero to Twelve: Starting out with the best for your child - New Straits Times
17 Feb 2012 at 3:52am
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