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Homeschooling College

Homeschooling through high school is my most frequently asked question — Q. – How do you home school through high school? A. – We use the classics! (See my lists of Classes by Classics) While this is an answer for high

Posted in College, Curriculum, Depth Phase, Scholar Phase

2013-2014 School Year

I really don’t like the word “school”. It really does not describe what we do, but since that is how others view it, I’ll use it here. We consider ourselves year-round home educators. Education doesn’t stop with certain days of

Posted in Annual Break, Curriculum, Structure Time Not Content

10 Easy Ways to Cut Your Homeschool Budget

Let’s face it, homeschooling can be an expensive endeavor. One trip to a homeschooling convention with rows and rows of booths full of really cool looking curriculum can make any homeschool mother’s mouth drool while at the same time her

Posted in Android Tools, Classics Not Textbooks, Curriculum, education, Getting Started, Handwriting

End of Year Records

We “school” year round, with a few well-placed breaks among the un-planned breaks throughout. We typically go from July 1st to June 30th each year, which means we are nearing the end of this “school” year (I really don’t like

Posted in Binder, Curriculum, Planner, Scheduling, Weekly Planning

Economics Classics

We decided to have economics as a separate class simply because it is such a misunderstood area of study in our society today. I truly believe that if everyone in our society studied economics, we would not be in the

Posted in Classics for Youth, Classics Not Textbooks, Curriculum, Economics, politics, Scholar Phase, Transcripts, Uncle Eric Books

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