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Protect your homeschool goals by setting boundaries

Guard Your Homeschool: Protecting Your Goals by Setting Boundaries You are at home doing what you do, homeschooling your kids. Can you watch the neighbor’s kids for a couple hours every day until she gets home from work? Could you help out with your grandparents more?...

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The Power of Asking “Why?”

One of the best lessons I have learned as a parent lately was taken from a short lesson in our simple detective textbooks- you know those thin, little supplementary books you buy in a moment of weakness? Yep, one of those. My kids and I learned that one of the most...

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Global Student Network Virtual Open House

Attend a Virtual Open House Sign Up To Attend Join Global Student Network for our virtual open house.  At our open house, you will learn more about Global Student Network’s product offerings and how GSN can meet your individual homeschooling needs.  We will provide a...

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How Do Homeschoolers Socialize?

But How Will Our Homeschoolers Socialize?! I doubt there is a homeschooling parent who has not heard the following sentence from friends, family, and strangers when they mention they are homeschooling: “But how do you expect your child to socialize with other...

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But How Will Our Homeschoolers Socialize?!

I doubt there is a homeschooling parent who has not heard the following sentence from friends, family, and strangers when they mention they are homeschooling: “But how do you expect your child to socialize with other children?!” As a pastor myself, I always try to...

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Unexpected Perks of Homeschool

Finding Unexpected Perks as a New Homeschool Family I have to admit that when I began homeschooling, I was concerned that I would never have any time to myself and that this fact would drive me a little crazy over time. While it is true that I have close to zero “me...

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Twas the night before homeschool

‘Twas the night before the first night of homeschool and all through the house, not a creature was stirring, save for a very nervous mother. After over a year of my son struggling in school, after over a year of him being miserable every day and crying going onto the...

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Current Climate of Homeschooling in Connecticut

Homeschooling in Connecticut is rather easy and without constraint. Thanks to many wise people that defended our freedom to homeschool, there is little we have to worry about in regards to meeting state regulations. Based on the data from the...

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Interview with a 7th Grade Homeschooler

When I think back to my 7th grade year, I cringe with moments of embarrassment and stress. I am always a little confused about the people that say they enjoyed middle school....how is that even possible? Now that my daughter is that age, I was interested to see if she...

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