Update on Romeike Homeschooling Asylum Case – legal Insurrection (blog)

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Update on Romeike Homeschooling Asylum Case
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We have been covering the case of the Romeikes, devout Christians from Germany who wanted to homeschool their children because of what they perceived as the secularist agenda in German public schools. They fled and sought asylum in the U.S. after 

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Homeschool ADD and ADHD

Blog Buzz: Homeschool ADD and ADHD via Online Education For Kids
As a classroom teacher for many years, I saw how difficult it was for the ADD/ADHD child to thrive in a typical class setting. Often disheartened by constant poor grades, these children seem to simply become the class “distraction” and their education begins to take a back seat in just trying to make them behave. […]
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You Might Be a Literature Based Homeschool If

Blog Buzz: You Might Be a Literature Based Homeschool If via peacecreekontheprairie.com

My oldest two children love to read, they read in the car, they read during their free time, they read during our nap/rest time, they read when they should be doing chores, they read to their siblings, and well, they read to get out of trouble.  My husband and I both love to read also. …

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Teach Them Diligently Homeschool Convention 2014

Our chore routine is set up using Easy Peasy Chores. Easy to adapt to accommodate to your family’s often changing routines.

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Gathering our history reading for 2013-2014 using the book lists in our awesome TruthQuest History guides.


Our Favorite Reading and Spelling Curriculum. It will help those with vision challenges, speech issues and more.

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Homeschool Math Choices for a Future Scientist or Computer Programmer

Blog Buzz: Homeschool Math Choices for a Future Scientist or Computer Programmer via Eclectic Homeschooling
With children who desire a future in science and computers, math is important in our household.  This post is part of the Virtual Curriculum Fair: Discovering Patterns in Mathematics, Logic, or Science series.  Check out the links at the bottom of this post to read how others approach math, logic, … Continue reading
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Thou shalt not commit logical fallacies

Blog Buzz: Thou shalt not commit logical fallacies via Trivium Pursuit
A logical fallacy is a flaw in reasoning. Logical fallacies are like tricks or illusions of thought, and they’re often very sneakily used by politicians and the media to fool people. Don’t be fooled! This website has been designed to help you identify and call out dodgy logic wherever it may raise its ugly, incoherent […]
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New to Homeschooling? Take Time to Decompress

Blog Buzz: New to Homeschooling? Take Time to Decompress via About.com Homeschooling

School buildingLots of new parents are jumping on the homeschooling bandwagon this time of year. When families make that choice midyear, it’s usually because things were not going well at school in the fall. And often that means both parents and kids are stressed to the max.

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More Cooking Topics for Kids — Food Shopping and Safety

Blog Buzz: More Cooking Topics for Kids — Food Shopping and Safety via About.com Homeschooling

Kids CookingThe "cooking class" I did with my sons was one of their favorites ever. So I’ve just added another new article on topics to cover when you are sharing cooking skills with your kids.

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No school for the Kids – It Works

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No school for the Kids – It Works

“It’s hard to explain how natural learning works,  but I trust that it works because I can see that it works.” The above quote is from a Scottish unschooler – Maryanne Jacobs.  Time always tells. Our observations are one gift we have with our children at home. From Barcroft TV: No school for my kids: radical unschooling […]

No school for the Kids – It Works

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Carnival of Homeschooling #415: Living with Books Edition

Blog Buzz: Carnival of Homeschooling #415: Living with Books Edition via Dewey’s Treehouse

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What is the purpose of a report card?

Blog Buzz: What is the purpose of a report card? via Why Homeschool

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Christmas Treats & Sweets: Peanut Butter Bars

Blog Buzz: Christmas Treats & Sweets: Peanut Butter Bars via The Sunny Patch

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What College Profs Wish Freshmen Knew: How to Interact with Professors

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Too much of a good thing?

Blog Buzz: Too much of a good thing? via Online Education For Kids
The controversy about education continues to rage in our country. As we, in our complacency, continue to rank lower than most modernized countries around the globe. As a proponent of homeschooling, many would tell me to mind my own business. Yet, as a patriot of our great republic I want to see America’s children grow […]
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Preparing for St. Nicholas’s feast day

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10 Creative Ways to Celebrate the Holiday Season with Your Teen

Blog Buzz: 10 Creative Ways to Celebrate the Holiday Season with Your Teen via LetsHomeschoolHighschool.com
The holiday season is full of parties, shopping, special events, baking, and traveling. Sometimes we are so wrapped up in all the festivities, we forget that celebrating with our very own family is one of the most important things we … Read more
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What do rich parents do that poor parents don’t?

Blog Buzz: What do rich parents do that poor parents don’t? via Penelope Trunk Homeschooling
Yefet went on a trip with Melissa. It was so exciting to watch them leave because they always do amazing things while they’re together. But I couldn’t help thinking, while I was dropping them off at the airport, that my kids are growing up like rich kids. It’s the last thing I expected after moving…
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Why Homeschool? – Patheos (blog)

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Why Homeschool?
Patheos (blog)
My wife and I are not exactly fire-breathing homeschool zealots. Homeschooling is not for everybody, and we have friends in Waco whose kids do just fine in public and private schools. But for us, and for many paleo evangelicals and their fellow

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Homeschooling and family time

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Homeschool Guide to Teaching Reading

Blog Buzz: Homeschool Guide to Teaching Reading via momSCHOOL
As a homeschool mom, I think the scariest thing to teach my kindergarten children was always reading. Yet,  I love to see the light come on when they finally are able to read! The problem is… it’s getting to that point that really can be overwhelming. I am currently on my last and final version […]
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The Secret to Successfully Breaking A Bad Habit

Blog Buzz: The Secret to Successfully Breaking A Bad Habit via davisfnp
Ever tried to give up smoking, lose weight, exercise regularly, stop swearing, or quit yelling? Things seem to go well for awhile, then BAM! You start messing up and soon you are back where you started. Do you give up … Continue reading
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