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Homeschooling is a family affair. How other families do it.

Grandparents Helping Out
I was blessed with a new granddaughter this week so I have grandparenting on the mind. This is my 9th grandbaby and I'm expecting one more in September. Let me share with you a few things I've started up this year to help out my children and their families. We are fortunate to all live near each other, so it's easy to get together often. ?

How to Teach Multiple Grades
Teaching different grade levels at the same time can be challenging.  Here are some tips to help accomplish this task.

Does your family support homeschooling? - Share Your Experience
Well meaning family members often share their concerns with us when they hear about our homeschooling. Sometimes it's hard to know what to say when they're not supportive. What about your family? Are they supportive of your decision to homeschool? What are their concerns? Have you been able to set their minds at ease?

Homeschooling Fun - You might be a homeschooling family if...
We've had a lot of fun with this over the past 5-1/2 years. The original forum thread began in March of 2002 and is up to 199 posts. After reading the latest additions, you can scroll down and add your own in the green box. Have fun! You might be a homeschooling family if...

Supportive Homeschool Dads - Share Your Story
Dads are involved in many ways in the homeschooling of their children, some more than others. It's helpful to hear about what others are doing. What is your family's experience? What role does the father take? How does he help out?

How do you keep your sanity?
Balancing everyday duties and homeschooling can be quite challenging at times, especially if you have to go it alone for long periods of time. How do you deal with it? How do you find time to decompress, unwind, recharge, relax, get away, have 'me' time no matter how short and not go totally crazy?

How do you keep your sanity? - Balancing Homeschooling and Daily Life
A forum member needs help keeping it all together. Balancing everyday duties and homeschooling can be quite challenging at times, especially if you have to go it alone for long periods of time. How do you deal with it? How do you find time to decompress, unwind, recharge, relax, get away, have 'me' time no matter how short and not go totally crazy?

How to Keep Your Kids Safe on the Internet
Follow these simple steps to help prevent your children from stumbling across objectionable sites.

Supportive Homeschool Grandmothers - Share Your Story
There is a new breed of grandmothers appearing on the horizon...homeschool grandmothers. But what is a homeschool grandma? What do they do? How do they contribute to their grandchildren? What is your experience as a homeschool grandparent? What role do you take? How do you help out?

Homeschooling Tip - Read Aloud Alarm Clock
Homeschool forum members offer homeschool advice and tips to help you get started in homeschooling. Here's an interesting tip submitted by Karen. Find out how she wakes up her ten year old son each morning.

You might be a homeschooling family if...
You might be a homeschooling family if... Some homeschool humor to tickle your funny bone.

Living the Life of a Pirate - Scavenger Hunt
For a memorable evening with your family, try this "Living the Life of a Pirate" Scavenger Hunt, or design one of your own. Print the Scavenger Hunt list, grab your camera and be prepared to have some fun and make some family memories.

Top Ways to be a Supportive Homeschool Dad
Top Ways to be a Supportive Homeschool Dad - If you're a homeschooling father, you might sometimes feel that you aren't involved in homeschooling because you have to earn a living. Here are ten ways to be more involved and take part in the education of your children.

Dads and Homeschooling - How does your husband help?
Dads are involved in many ways in the homeschooling of their children, some more than others. It's helpful to hear about what others are doing. Here are some ways the dads are involved, shared by the members of the homeschool forum.

Homeschool Grandmothers - A New Breed
There is a new breed of grandmothers appearing on the horizon. They are homeschool grandmothers. But what exactly is a homeschool grandma? What do they do? How do they contribute to their grandchildren? Why are they different from other grandmothers?

Why Veteran Homeschoolers Make Special Grandmothers
Veteran homeschool moms make a special breed of grandmothers. It's not that other grandmothers aren't special and loving, it's just that we have a special insight into what our grown homeschooling children are going through.

Meet Some Homeschool Grandmothers
There is a new breed of grandmothers appearing on the horizon. They are homeschool grandmothers. Meet these grandmothers that are involved in the homeschooling of their grandchildren.

How to Schedule a Homeschool Day
Each homeschooling family is unique and will have to find the schedule that best suits their family.  Here are some tips to help you in setting up a schedule for your school day.

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