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If you are looking for answers and information about homeschooling in Idaho, you've come to the right place. Browse around to find a wealth of information, tips, ideas, and activities to make homeschooling fun and successful.


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Not Back to School Camp
The Not Back to School Camp is for unschoolers ages 13-18. Founded by Grace Llewellyn, the author of The Teenage Liberation Handbook, sessions are offered throughout the year in various locations across the United States.
VideoText Interactive
VideoText offers complete courses in algebra and geometry using new, interactive, video-based strategies. Students love the brief lessons and the clear explanations of the concepts.
How I Teach a Large Family in a Relaxed, Classical Way: History
A look at teaching history across several grades using the classical method of education and a rotation of history every four years.
10 Rules for Taking Field Trips
At the beginning of each school year, it would be a good time to have a field trip manners lesson with your support group. Parents and children alike sometimes need to think about what it’s like to be a docent or tour leader. Perhaps your group would even like to consider creating some field trip rules. The rules in this article are ten examples.
Forever, For Always...no matter what
This blog follows a Catholic homeschooling family with six kids, grown through adoption from around the world.

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