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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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Much education today is monumentally ineffective. All too often we are giving young people cut flowers when we should be teaching them to grow their own plants.
John W. Gardner    

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How I Shelter My Children
When children are nurtured, sheltered and loved, they can fully develop their social skills. Socialization doesn't just mean knowing how to act around other 12 year old kids. It means knowing how to function in our big world - a world that is much broader than the 4 walls of a classroom.
HomeSchooling Singletons
Homeschooling families with singletons have issues that are very unique. Join in to offer support and encouragement to other single child homeschooling families.
Math Relief
Learn algebra by watching and completing lessons on videotape. Leonard Firebaugh guides students through all levels of algebra in these academically-oriented tapes. They teach algebra clearly and effectively to students at home or school, and are easily adapted to any educational setting. The tapes are divided into three phases, or levels, of instruction, constituting one full year of coursework. Math Relief offers video programs in Algebra I, Algebra II, Pre-Algebra, and Geometry. Courses are designed for junior high to high school levels.
Meal Planning Made Easy
Rachel Paxton
It's no fun trying to decide what to make for dinner every night. Planning your meals ahead of time often saves you time as well as money. There are many different ways to plan your meals. How you plan yours depends on how much time you want to spend now to save yourself time later.
Shining Children with Radical Unschooling
This list is a forum for those either radically unschooling or learning how to radically unschool to discuss our "shining" children (Highly Sensitive, Out of Sync, Asperger’s traits, Explosive) and all the issues that accompany life with them--how we grow and learn ourselves thanks to our non-typical children and how unschooling frees their spirits and allows them to truly "shine."

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