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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!
News

Moms Stand Up to Unlawful Demands in Big Sky Country

It all started when this homeschool mom rallied others in her community to resist demands from local school officials—who froze their paperwork and asked for information the law doesn’t require.
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2020 Hindsight: 1 Caterpillar, 4 Kids, Countless Memories

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As It Turns Out . . .

Throughout the years we forged our own family identity and our own style of learning.
Court Report

Homeschoolers: Civics in Action 2020

Here’s a quick highlight of some of the homeschool moms, dads, and grads who ran for office and students who got experience in real-life civics.
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Waking Up Is Hard to Do

And counter-intuitive New Year resolutions. 
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For the Love of Work

A slightly different definition of work. 
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6 Essential Friends for Every Homeschool Mom

Court Report

Mapping it out: preschool geography education

Geography is not typically among the first subjects many homeschool moms would consider foundational for the preschool years. So why teach it? And how in the world do you teach geography to a preschooler?
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When a knock at the door becomes a nightmare: Holly Curry’s story

For most moms, a knock at the door while homeschooling is merely an annoyance—but for Holly Curry and family, that knock became a nightmare situation . . . Her six children may never feel truly safe in their home.
Court Report

When homeschool generations link arms

Homeschooling moms across the generations need each other. While the homeschooling landscape looks different now than it did 40 years ago, our uniting mission should be to support one another.
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The Day My Kids (Almost) Ran Away

There are often moments in parenting when you must choose how to respond to your child’s actions. Do you bring down the law? Do you give them grace? Or would they perhaps learn the best lesson by discovering the natural consequences of their actions?
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Introducing Chelsea Moore to the Blog!

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Life in the Time of Quarantine

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The Parable of Balance (A Personal Experience)

In this parable, Sara creatively shares how her family has learned to balance homeschooling duties.
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Bounty and Ballast

What might be a comfort to us could be a necessity to someone else, and I don’t want to get bogged down with ballast which could prove a blessing to another. May we always remember to give freely as we have received.
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Our Monkeys Visit the Zoo

Lions, giraffes . . . and a lively toddler!
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Teen Wins Big with Mini Horse

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Delegation: A New Approach

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Dear Tired Homeschool Mom

You aren’t alone.  
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