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Home Sweet Classroom: 11 Hilarious Reasons to be Grateful for Homeschooling

There are so many genuine, profound reasons to be thankful for homeschooling. Homeschooling provides freedom, connection, and the chance to slow down. Homeschooling gives us the gift of time. The following are not those type of reasons, but are a little tongue-in-cheek. Hopefully they’ll make you laugh while pondering, like Teddy Roosevelt said, “Nothing in

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7 Mistakes to Avoid When Starting A Homeschool Co-op

You’re ready to start a homeschool co-op! Your kids need connections, and let’s be honest–so do you. You’re looking for support in academics or encouragement in enrichment, and the local co-ops don’t quite “scratch the itch,” so you’re committed to creating an experience that excites you and meets the needs of your kids. Girl, us,

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8 Reasons to Start a Homeschool Co-op (Even if It’s Just with a Few Friends)

Have you wondered if a homeschool co-op is a good idea for you? Or maybe you’ve tried a few and they just were not the right fit. What about starting your own?  Here are 8 reasons to start your own homeschool co-op – even if it’s just with a few friends: 2. Support Network:By starting

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