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Author: Dana

High School to College: How Will Your Homeschooler Adjust?

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[caption id="attachment_4074" align="alignright" width="319"] © Kyolshin | Dreamstime.com[/caption] Homeschooling high school for the first time is terrifying. Every homeschooling parent I have talked to about this admits to at least one sweat-producing, heart-beating episode of panic: Can I do this? If I homeschool high school, is my student...

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Looking for the Charlotte Mason Blog Carnival?

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[caption id="attachment_4033" align="alignleft" width="425"] Where's the Charlotte Mason Blog Carnival??[/caption] Because of technical difficulties (limited internet service in Peru!), the carnival will be posted a little later than we planned! Thanks for your patience!! We'll look forward to hanging out with you (via blogs) very soon! Blessings~ Amy and...

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Tired of the tears (theirs and yours)?


You don’t have to tie them to their chairs to get their school work done.

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Immerse your children in the sights and sounds of history through reading excellent books. Bring history, science and fine arts to life by reading our best-of-the-best book suggestions. (A traditional textbook just isn’t going to do this for your kids.)

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Teaching High Schoolers? Study history and literature by making a model, illustrating a scene from a book, or planning and putting on a Renaissance feast!

(We write essays, too, but not all the time).

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