“Ideas that Work” from the Virginia Gazette

I woke up this morning to the smiling faces of my two oldest sons, Sam (24) and Nathanael (22), on the front page of the Virginia Gazette. The headline reads “Home-school has graduated/Success speaks volumes for pacing, innovation, creativity.” Sam…

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53,528 Resource Items at the Used Curriculum Sale

Can you believe it? Our dedicated volunteers will process more than 53,500 books and resources in just two and a half days! Last year, we had around 33,000. This year’s sale is going to be our largest one yet. Share/Bookmark

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A Child’s Perspective

Homeschool Convention—those two words bring back so many memories! I remember the eagerness with which I looked forward to convention time as a homeschool child. The convention meant new books to read and maybe a few other goodies :). As…

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Welcome to the HEAV Blog!

Resources, Events, and Ideas for Virginia HomeschoolersThank you for stopping by the HEAV blog! Keep checking back for the latest info on homeschooling events and resources in Virginia, as well as our thoughts and ideas on a variety of topics….

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Welcome!

Let me be the first to welcome you to the new HEAV blog. After talking about it for more than a year, the blog has finally become a reality — and just in time for the convention! With only three…

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Countdown to the Convention

In less than four days, the Home Educators Association of Virginia’s annual homeschool convention and bookfair will open. I have avidly checked the schedule on their website at www.heav.org, and I am quite impressed with the slate of speakers this…

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