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Are you a parent considering homeschooling your child? Are you an experienced homeschooler looking for more support and ideas? Are you looking for information you can use to convince others that home education is a great choice for your family? You'll find answers to all your questions right here! Especially designed for homeschoolers in Indiana, our website has the best resources, information, support, and ideas.


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Learning is finding out what you already know. Doing is demonstrating that you know it. Teaching is reminding others that they know just as well as you do. We are all learners, doers, and teachers.
Richard Bach    

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Learning Torah Through Music
This article is written to address some of the questions that have arisen regarding homeschooling the younger Jewish children around pre-K and K. There are so many good quality reading materials that are colorful and inviting read-alouds for parents to their young children.
K12 Large Families
This group is for large families using the K-12 curriculum created by Dr. William Bennett. Both homeschooling families and Virtual School families are welcome. It is particularly intended for families with more than 3 children in K-12 as well as additional teens, toddlers and babies. Discussions include both the curriculum and the challenges of implementing it in a large family.
CM-Waldorf
This list is designed for those interested in the Charlotte Mason approach to homeschooling with a Waldorf twist. Topics for discussion will be geared towards combining these two approaches successfully, and any other related issues.
5 Reasons I Homeschool My Kids (By A Surprisingly Sane Mom)
Why would a family with no religious affiliation opt out of the standard school model? The short answer is that the stakes were too high not to. The long answer is in the rest of this article. From freedom, to a miserable experience for those working in the school system, to excessive homework, to unnatural socialization ideals in school settings, to the ability to follow your own path, this mom lists the reasons that compelled her to strike a different plan for her child.
Homeschool Burnout
Camella Thibeault
Discussion of some strategies for dealing with homeschool burnout, including making it a priority to care for ourselves, planning a variety of activities, raising independent learners, worrying less, taking days off, and managing stress.

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