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Mississippi Homeschooling

Parents around the country are choosing homeschooling as a great option for the education of their children. Homeschooling in Mississippi is growing as well. The wealth of information about homeschooling can seem overwhelming. We've sorted through it all and compiled the best information on support, methods, local and state resources and events, and much, much more!


Quote of the Day Back to Top
The public school has become the established church of secular society.
Ivan Illich   

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Work at Home Moms (WAHM) Homeschool Forum
The WAHM message boards provide a forum where you can make announcements, promote your home business, find business services, and much more. The WAHM forum is also a great social network for work at home moms. Share your WAHM stories, find help, support and advice, and meet other WAHMs across the USA and around the world.
Preschool Math Activities with Duplo Legos
Counting and learning about patterns is fun with Duplo blocks. These easy activities can be put together in no time at home.
Home Management Tips for Homeschool Families
Cynthia Townley Ewer
Homeschool is school, but it's home, too--and housework will be with us always. How do you manage to keep up with household chores while homeschooling your children? Cynthia Townley Ewer, editor of OrganizedHome.com, explains how to lowering your standards, planning, and getting your children involved will help you reach your organizational goals. She suggests scheduling housework first, learning new time-saving methods, and getting needed support.
My Blessed Home
This blog shares homeschooling help and encouragement, parenting tips and insights, organizational tips, and more, all while chronicling the joys and challenges of raising a large family.
Unschooling Forum at vegsource.com
Unschoolers meet to talk and share ideas at this vegsource.com message board.

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Our Top Picks
The First Year of Homeschooling Your Child: Your Complete Guide to Getting Off to the Right Start
Linda Dobson
 
Homeschool Your Child for Free: More Than 1,200 Smart, Effective, and Practical Resources for Home Education on the Internet and Beyond
LauraMaery Gold; Joan M. Zielinski
 
The Unschooling Handbook : How to Use the Whole World As Your Child's Classroom
Mary Griffith
 
Homeschooling 101: A Guide to Getting Started.
Erica Arndt
 
Taking Charge of Your Child's Education: A guide to becoming the primary influence in your child's life.
Erica Arndt
 
 
 
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