Social Media
Connect with other homeschooling using social networking tools. You can share tips and ideas, get support, collaborate on lesson plans, upload photos, and much more.
Homeschool Facebook Pages
African American Homeschool Network
The African-American home school movement is growing; however there is a lack of on-line networks. This FB Community is a prelude to the collaborative effort to create a membership site. Its main function will be to support, encourage, and promote African American Homeschool families. Including curriculum selection and co-op group start up in your local communities.
Social Networking for Homeschoolers
Homeschool Launch
Do you have resources to share with other home educators? HSLaunch is a free platform for sharing files, sites and other information with other homeschool families.
The Homeschool Lounge
The Homeschool Lounge is a free online community exclusively for homeschool moms. The vision of The Homeschool Lounge is to connect homeschool moms from all corners of the web. Get advice, give advice, share, learn and laugh with those who truly understand you.
HomeEducator LinkUp
HomeEducator LinkUp is a network for home education. Share videos and photos, read news feeds and popular blogs, and participate in forum discussions. Homeschool students can take online classes together and can start study groups with other homeschool students around the world.
My Homeschool Place
My Homeschool Place is a friendly homeschool community where members gather to talk about their homeschool jouneys. Sign up for a free MHSP account and enjoy your own personal website where you can create blog entries, upload photos, video, create calendar events, view friends, and much more. You are able to upload artwork, lessons, work sheets, photos of outings, recipies, and much more. You can also apply to join any of the existing network groups or create your own. Inside each of the existing network groups there are group blogs, photos, videos, calendars and forums to connect with other members in the group.
Black Homeschoolers Club
This is a great social networking site for black homeschoolers. It is designed to help share educational goals and curriculum plans as well as connect with other families.
Creating & Using a Homeschool Social Network
Social Networking: What Does It Offer the Homeschooling Family?
The Internet has become a powerful homeschool tool. Social networking can pull all of these internet tools and more tools together.
Facebook kicking it with homeschoolers
A short discussion of Facebook's decision to offer a verification method for homeschool students without having to list a high school.
Homeschooling using Social Networking Tools and Technologies - The Journey Begins!
A look at how a teenager is using social networking tools in his homeschooling experience.
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Bead Sequencing Set
Stack the durable, brightly colored wooden beads on 5 hardwood dowels in sequence to match the design on one of the pattern cards. Builds complex reasoning skills as well as sorting and coordination. Includes over 45 brilliantly colored beads, 5 dowels, and 10 patterns that increase in difficulty.
So You're Thinking About Homeschooling: Fifteen Families Show How You Can Do It
Confused and intimidated by the complexities of homeschooling, many sincere parents never get past the "thinking about it" stage. Now Lisa Whelchel - herself a homeschooling mother of three - introduces fifteen real families and shows how they overcome the challenges of their unique homeschooling situations. This nuts-and-bolts approach deals with common questions of time management, teaching weaknesses, and outside responsibilities, as well as children's age variations, social and sports invol...
One Thing at a Time : 100 Simple Ways to Live Clutter-Free Every Day
Simple, effective ways to put things in their placeThose piles of papers, clothes, and other things you thought you'd successfully de-cluttered have returned, and this time they brought friends. What's the use of trying to fight the clutter? Is there a better way?This powerful and useful guide delivers solutions that work, no matter how overwhelmed you feel. The answer isn't an elaborate new system, or a solemn vow to start tomorrow. Instead, psychotherapist and organizer Cindy Glovinsky shares ...
Five in a Row
Five in a Row provides a step-by-step, instructional guide using outstanding children's literature for children ages 4-8. Unit studies are built around each chosen book. There is a series for preschoolers called "Before Five in a Row," along with other volumes for older children.
Explode The Code
Explode The Code provides a sequential, systematic approach to phonics in which students blend sounds to build vocabulary and read words, phrases, sentences, and stories. Frequent review of previously learned concepts helps increase retention. Each workbook in this series contains exercises that incorporate reading, writing, matching and copying. The consistent format of the books helps facilitate independent work. This series includes primers—Get Ready for The Code, Get Set for The Code, and Go...