how many hours a day should you homeschool?

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Homeschooling or not, i think most parents are at a dilemma when it comes to choosing between their job and staying at home to teach the kids. I am currently working part time as well and perhaps this could give you some encouragement. I can only say that i am homeschooling my kids 'part-time'. I ...

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A committee keeps minutes and wastes hours.
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People who homeschool and who teach others

i do! i have been doing it for 8 years. do you want info or just want to find others who home school?

I want to start homeschooling my 9th grader, who ...

You may contact hslda-Home School Legal Defense Association. They are a group of homeschooling lawyers. My favorite homeschool website is Trivium Pusuit. God success to you as you embark on this wonderful adventure! --Patricia

What day of the week is it ?

And ruin his week-end?

I am interested in homeschooling my children but not sure how to get

Dear Cindy, Tthere are plenty of sites and information sources available on internet, type proper keyword in any of the search engine and start browsing great ideas out of huge databases. I have found myself some informative tips on homeschooling, please take a look at that: ...