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Vermont Homeschooling

Whether you are beginning on your path deciding to homeschool, or you are a veteran homeschooler, you probably have questions that need to be answered. We've compiled all the information you need to successfully homeschool in Vermont.


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How to Develop Social Skills Without Socialization
Megan Zechman
The homeschooling community is wide and diverse, yet there is one question that almost every parent has been asked during the years they school their children at home. “What about socialization?” We are led to believe that if we don’t put our children in public school, they will be missing out. They will become social misfits. Homeschooling means they will be stuck inside all day, having no opportunity for socialization. But true socialization comes from interacting with the world around them and having the freedom to explore and make true friendships.
IXL Math Curriculum
IXL.com
IXL provides comprehensive math practice for K-12.
Sort the Mail: Pretend Play and Number Recognition
Allison McDonald
Kids love to pretend and test their limits within boundaries of make believe. Combining pretend play with math is a great way to challenge your kids without making them feel like it’s a test. Pretending to be a postal worker gives the task of sorting meaning and with that meaning their learning is deeper and better retained.
Field Trips in a Large Family
There are lots of things to love about a large family, but being agile and moving about quickly isn’t really one of them. Learning in action and experiencing something first hand is one of the best things about homeschooling. It’s often what really sets apart our education from that of a traditional brick and mortar school. It is worth it to make the effort for field trips, though it doesn’t necessarily make them any easier!
Born to Explore
Resources and information on ADD, with a positive look at the condition. The author of this website, Teresa Gallagher, challenges the notion that ADD is a disorder, arguing that it is a normal condition for some people.

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