Georgia Homeschooling Information, News, and Updates

Guide To Attending a Homeschool Expo

May 1, 2011

Have you stayed away from the Homeschool Expo just because of the magnitude of it all?  Looking at the listing of workshops or a peak into the exhibit hall can give you a deer in the headlights look!  Where do you start? Plan ahead by reading about the available workshops and making a note of


Homeschooling The Confrontational Highschooler

March 12, 2011

She sat across from me and said, “I’m sending him to public school next year.” “I’m afraid our relationship will be ruined if I continue to homeschool.” This mother of a teen is not alone with her fears, but as we continued to talk, we recognized the lack of time we had spent with our


Are You Training Your Child To Complain?

March 9, 2011

Do you find yourself second guessing the amount of work you assigned your child based on their moaning and groaning? You know your child’s capabilities and have given out the assignments. As time passes your student is taking a long time and starts appeals of, “It’s too much writing and my hand hurts! All my


Interest Your Teen to Study

January 4, 2011

For Teens – Studying Disasters is a great age appropriate topic for teens.  Disasters that were recorded on site in real time are unique and captivating.  Watch for more of our posts on using YouTube to study disasters – watch the Hindenburg disaster of 1937


How One Homeschooler Uses Her Home

December 25, 2010

Enjoy this wonderful organization video.  The mom is a herbalist and homeschooler. I love how she uses her table in the living room!


Great Homeschool Video

December 4, 2010

Have you ever thought of lap booking to increase your homeschooling fun and education?  Here is a video of a great Cells Lap book.  Search You Tube to see how homeschoolers do lap books.


At Home Vision Tests

October 24, 2010

Wondering if your child should see an optometrist?  Here are some very helpful FREE at home vision tests for children and adults.


Cheaper Health Insurance Alternative

October 9, 2010

We have been a member of Good Samaritan for many years.  We share our medical expenses with other families.  They paid ALL of my son’s hospital bills without picking them apart and denying payments on various expenses.  Way better than Blue Cross who nickel and dimed us to death! You will love this inexpensive and


Science Supersite for all Homeschoolers

October 5, 2010

This is one of the true supersites for education.  Take the time to learn how to use this site, you will be very impressed. Providing a wealth of lessons, tools, and resources for K-12 science educators, Science NetLinks is your guide to meaningful standards-based Internet experiences for students.


Get Medicine for Sick Kids from the Internet

Ever had a bunch of sick kids and dreaded the expensive doctor visits and sitting in waiting rooms with sick children?  You can get medical help and prescriptions without doing all that, FAST We offer direct access to a national network of board-certified, US-based physicians who are licensed in your state. These doctors can


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