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Four Habits from My Homeschooling

The schedule we keep and the habits we maintain dictate how we spend our lives.
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Recordkeeping

Wherever you find yourself on the organizational spectrum in this season of life, you’ll find a variety of recordkeeping options here!
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Career Opportunities

HSLDA is a Christian non-profit advocacy organization that equips homeschooling families to provide the best educational experience for their children. We do this by caring for each member family and protecting and securing the future of homeschooling.
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Our Children’s Greatest Need

It can be helpful to remember why we should desire to add regular teaching form the Bible to our children’s lives. 
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Homeschooling Multiple Ages

From what to do with your toddler to keeping things interesting for everyone to how to get dinner on the table, there’s lots of challenges to homeschooling multiple ages. But these moms do it---and so can you!!! Watch this video to learn more!
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Summer Is Coming: An Imaginary Correspondence

You won’t believe how busy I’ve been, getting ready for you. It turns out that of my three other correspondents—Schedule, Creativity, and even Wasting Time—we need all of them to get the most out of your visit.
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The Jones Homeschool: A Guided Tour

Welcome to a day in the life of the Jones’ Homeschool! 
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Filling In Your School Year—The Big Picture View

Getting my ducks in a row: What kinds of things do I need to have on hand for effective lesson planning?
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Nitty-Gritty Lesson Planning

Find the Shortcuts—Then Break It Into Easy-to-Accomplish Chunks
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13 Tips and Tricks for Occupying the Littles

If you’re wondering how you can homeschool older children with little ones in the house, you’ve come to the right place.
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Discovering our Styles

It can be helpful to remember that we all learn differently. 
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2 Ways to Squeeze in Book Discussions with Kids

Reading and discussing books with your kids can still be possible with a busy schedule.
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The Drawing Board: The Art of School Planning

Are you someone who needs a plan? You’ve come to the right place.
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Step 1, Step 2: School Planning as a Team

Breathe easy: Sharing the load means it’s not all on you!
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The Great Schoolbook Scavenger Hunt

Looking for ways to save on homeschool curriculum? Here are some places to look!
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Keeping Kids on Task When the Classroom is Your Living Room

Getting kids to focus can be a struggle! Here’s what this mom is doing.
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Personal Progress in a Pandemic

The pandemic can be a positive opportunity to stretch yourself and grow in areas of weakness. This homeschooling mom shares how she improved her scheduling skills.
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The Importance of Recordkeeping in West Virginia

Here are the records you need to keep for your homeschool in West Virginia.
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The Importance of Recordkeeping in Minnesota

Best practices for what records to keep
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Field Trip Tips: Making the Most of Your Zoo Excursion

What to bring, what to expect, how to minimize the stress on a homeschool field trip to the zoo!
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