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Here is a selection of videos about home school as well as easy to follow tips and information and your questions answered about home schooling methods and policies ...

Third Grade Homeschool Curriculum Choices
Selecting home school curriculum is a decision that's so unique to every family and every child ...
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First Grade Curriculum Picks
These first grade curriculum choices pull from the tenets of a Charlotte Mason education.
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Large Family Home Schooling Curriculum Plan

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Home Schooling Indian Style
The theme here is 'Instruments of Change'. Shantanu opens his talk saying 'No school for my son'. Shantanu is Home Schooling & Un-Schooling his son Abhiram. This form of schooling has barely entered the Indian culture. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community.
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The BookShark Home School Curriculum
This easy-to-use homeschool curriculum makes life easier.
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How To Prepare Your Home School Curriculum
All about how to prep and organize your homeschooling curriculum and school supplies for the school year.
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Why Mayim Bialik Homeschools Her Kids

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Why Homeschooling is a Better Choice
This video will let u know the moments that made me feel homeschooling was a better choice.
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Homeschool Curriculum, Supplies and Goodies for the New School Year

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The Truth About Homeschooling - from a Student
This video explains about my schooling background and how homeschooling has allowed me to pursue countless opportunities and learn at my own pace. While Homeschooling isn't for everyone, this video sheds some light on some misconceptions people have about homeschoolers.
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Should I Give My Homeschool Graduate a Diploma?

By Lee Binz
Giving a diploma can be a very good idea. Not necessary, but a very good idea. There are times in life when kids are asked, "Are you a high school graduate?" And, "Do you have a high school diploma?" Although you can assure them they are a high school graduate, giving them a paper transcript can emphasize the point, so there is no doubt. And although you can assure them they are a high school graduate, having a diploma can remind them to always say YES if asked if they have one.

Homeschool Astronomy - How to Tell Time By the Stars

By Aurora Lipper
With practice, you will eventually be able to tell the time by the stars in a matter of seconds (with practice). And you'll no longer wonder "What time IS it?" when out at night. And it is a nifty ooooh-ahhhh trick with kids-at-heart everywhere.

Piano by Number For Home School

By John Aschenbrenner
There are several "starter" piano methods that may be useful to you in setting up a Home School Piano Program of your own. First, unless you have considerable skills at the piano, you may want to consider those methods that delay reading music until somewhat later in the curriculum. Reading music is the most difficult skill to acquire at the piano, and starting with it may dry up whatever enthusiasm you may have managed to build.

Homeschool Help - How to Handle Peer Pressure

By Debra Proctor
When you think about needing homeschool help, you don't often think about peer pressure. After all, no peer pressure is one of the perks about teaching your children at home. They don't have to worry about the class bully. They don't have to worry about having the coolest, in-style clothes. So why worry about peer pressure?

Preschool Homeschool Curriculum Which Really Works

By Darin Browne
If you are looking for a preschool homeschool curriculum which really works you are probably looking for something which was fun and interesting for your child, but you are worried about whether the material will actually improve your child's long-term school performance. Your Preschool Homeschool Curriculum Must Be Fun Finding a curriculum which is fun is important, because in these early years of development having fun should be a real priority. However, many of the games and techniques that you might find to fill up your preschool homeschool curriculum may not be enhancing skills that your child will...

How to Help Homeschool Students Stay on Task

By Chris Kasterman
Many of us parents who homeschool our children have struggled with getting our kids to stay on task when doing their school work. In the home setting it is very easy for them to get distracted by all the activities around them. The following are some suggestions on how to help your child stay on task, minimize their distractions and help keep them focused throughout the day in the midst of a busy household.

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