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Homeschool Items – July 16, 2014

Posted on Jul 12 2014 in Homeschool Items by admin

1.1 Registration Open for TechShop’s “Summer of Creation” Camp – Washington D.C./Arlington Areas – July/August 1.2 C.H.E.S.S. Classes – Centreville – Register by August 15 1.3 Homeschool Physical Education – Richmond – First Event Is September 5   1.1 Registration Open for TechShop’s “Summer of Creation” Camp – Washington D.C./Arlington Areas – July/August TechShop-DC/Arlington 2110-B […]

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Summer Time Schooling

Posted on Jul 8 2014 in Hearts and Hands by admin

by Michelle Crooker Everyone who homeschools is a little bit different.  We may use the same curriculum or have the same basic schedule as a friend, but each one of us does things a little differently. Summertime, for example, can be viewed in various ways. While some people take off for summer break, others will […]

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God Rested

Posted on Jul 1 2014 in Hearts and Hands by admin

Creation Science – Day 7 by Michelle Crooker Well, it has finally come: “Creation Day 7–the Day of Rest!”  I don’t know about you, but pretty much anyone I know who has children could use a bit of rest.  If you missed the first six days of creation, that’s okay; here is a quick review: […]

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Homeschooling Another Person’s Child

Posted on Jun 24 2014 in Homeschool Q&A by Yvonne Bunn

Q. I have looked at the VA laws and can not find any clear word on whether it is legal or not to homeschool someone else’s child. A. The homeschool statute is written to allow parents to teach their own children. It also refers to two other people: 1) a Virginia certified teacher (known as […]

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Five Steps for Successful Homeschool Planning

Posted on Jun 24 2014 in Hearts and Hands by admin

Now that I’m home from the convention and we have finished up our last few subjects, my mind is turning to planning the new year and using all of the materials I purchased in June!   This is our fifth year of homeschooling, and although I’m starting to feel as though I finally have some […]