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This Great Adventure Called Homeschooling What an adventure this has been! These past eighteen years have been spent by our family as a homeschooling family — a novel and not-always-positive label. We were “bizarre” in our educational ideas — believing ...

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Drive By Marriage


Todd Freil sits down with Rebecca Keliher on this episode of Life Plus Homeschooling. He discusses his family's homeschooling journey and the obstacles they have faced along the way.

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Astronomy: Our Father’s Design, Part 5


The Big Bang theory rubs me the wrong way, and here is why: The discipline of physics presently tells us that a magnetic field must complement every changing electric field. Magnetic fields regulate the influence of magnetized objects on one ...

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September Second Saturday Homeschool Swap

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Searching for homeschool curriculum? Have some homeschooling products you’ve used but are in good condition? Welcome to HEDUA’s September Second Saturday Homeschool Swap! We at HEDUA are homeschool parents just like you, and we know many of you are looking for ...

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Must Reads Homeschool Edition, September 13, 2014

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Welcome to “Must Reads: Homeschool Edition” for September 13, 2014! Before your weekend gets too busy, we’d like to inspire you with some of our favorite articles from the week from HEDUA’s sites and across the web. Each Saturday we’ll ...

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A Recipe for Fostering Genius


Are you ready to take homeschooling to the next level? Then let’s talk about the childhood experiences of geniuses. That’s a weighted word, isn’t it? And, yet, it seems that three of the most important aspects of the lives of ...

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Standardized Exams


How do you determine which standardized exams students should take? how do you prepare for different tests? Find out how to navigate the maze of testing.

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How to Choose Curricula


While speaking at CHEA: Japan last summer, I was struck again about how far we have come. Homeschooling in Japan — which is similar to homeschooling in the USA circa 1985 — is wild and wonderful! It is dangerous. It alive. It has ...

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Tell Your Birth Story


Abortion and Adoption Two words that don’t go together well, and yet are the themes of this issue. What do they have in common? The pain women experience in child bearing. It can be difficult to understand another person’s pain ...

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Write Source Homeschool


Learn more about Write Source Homeschool for teaching the writing process, and motivating students, and building solid writers with this sequential, spiraling language arts program.

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