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The Safety Principles: The Homeschool Parent's Guide

Licensed Professional Counselor Stephanie Adams shares practical steps and resources to help prevent or respond to sexual abuse situations.
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Practical Tips for Helping Your Child with Autism

How do you deal with school closings when your child has autism and communication challenges?
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10 Time Saving Habits

Try the “two-minute pick-up” every time you leave a room!
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Welcome to HSLDA

Did you know? HSLDA membership can save you time and money and give you peace of mind. Learn about our education consultants, interactive online high school courses, attorneys, online store, teacher discounts, and more. ¿Habla español? ¡No problemo!
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Volunteer Emergency Response: For Your Safety, and for Others

CERT training courses can help prepare you for unexpected emergency situations.
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You Have What It Takes to Homeschool

It comes with being a parent! 
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5 Quick and Simple Recipes for the Homeschool Mom

I don’t mind spending some time cooking, but like any homeschooler, I’m always balancing school and life. So I definitely prefer something quick and simple.
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What's My Child’s Learning Readiness?

Whether your child is 3 or 17, their learning readiness is key to their homeschool learning success!
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Date Night: Pandemic Mode

Having it difficult to get away from home for a date with your spouse? Here's an idea for an at-home date night!
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Gluten-Free, Grain-Free, Food-Free, and Other Diet Stories

On a special diet? Here are 3 gluten-free, dairy-free recipes!
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5 Conversations to Consider Having with Your Child

These insightful topics can jumpstart deeper discussions.
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6 Ways to Motivate Your Teen

When you're homeschooling, there are several ways you can motivate your teen to get homework done.
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A Teenager in My House: 3 Takeaways

If you are wondering how to cultivate conversations with your teen, here are some ideas! 
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How to Adapt if My Child’s Not on Grade Level

If your child is not on grade level or doesn’t seem to fit into the curriculum/level you have selected, don’t panic! Wondering where to begin and what’s allowed? grab a cup of coffee and let’s talk about it . . .
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What Grade Is My Child Ready For?

If your child is not on grade level or doesn’t seem to fit into the curriculum/level you have selected, don’t panic! Wondering where to begin and what’s allowed? grab a cup of coffee and let’s talk about it . . .
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Why Your Homeschool Needs A Daily Rest Time

Naptime is just as much for the parents as the child. 
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Finding the Time for Priorities

“Don’t say ‘no,’ just so that you can be a little less inconvenienced. Say ‘no’ so you can say ‘yes’ to what God is putting on your heart.”
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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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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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