Entries for month: September 2013

Using 3-Ring Binders To Tame The Paper Monster

Curriculum , Creativity , Organization 1 Comment »

by Nancy Manos

If you’re like me, managing the piles of papers that accumulate can be a challenge.   I find that having order in my home helps me accomplish a lot more and stay sane.  One solution I really like is using three-ring binders.   Here are a few ideas for using this great organization tool to help you tame the paper monster in your home:


A Moment of Decision

Charter School , Christian Life , Education , Encouragement , Families , Homeschool , Homeschooling , Money 1 Comment »

by Kevin Swanson

Every great social movement in the annals of history will see its great moments of decision. I believe that moment of decision has come for home education in America.

After years of healthy growth in home education in America, a new threat is developing on the horizon. Over the last several years many schools and school districts across the country have launched a plethora of programs specifically targeting homeschoolers. One school district provides a web-based program for homeschoolers. Another school district offers free curriculum, a home computer, and other benefits, as well as regular home visits from public school teachers ... and all of this is free. Another school district opens up any and all classes for homeschool participation.


Starting a Small Homeschool Co-op

Support , Homeschool , Curriculum , Classes , Co-ops , Groups , Fun , Families , Home School , Encouragement , Mothers 1 Comment »

by Nancy Manos

Would you like to add a little extra “spice” to your homeschool? Do you find that you don’t get around to those interesting hands-on projects you envision? Have you found yourself wanting to develop friendships with other homeschoolers and just don’t know where to begin? Consider starting a small co-op. It can be an enriching, rewarding experience in the home education journey.


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