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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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Learning softeneth the heart and breedeth gentleness and charity.
Mark Twain   

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Homeschooling Catholic Montessori
Here is a place for home schoolers, using Montessori Method in their home education, to share and learn.
10 Tips for Finding and Planning Homeschool Field Trips
Ben and Me
While it may be easy to understand the value in visiting the aquarium, history museums and other great field trips, a good field trip can provide much more than interesting facts and new discoveries. Field trips don’t have to be complicated or expensive in order to be effective. These ten tips will help make your planning go smoothly.
Living Math
Early exposure to real mathematics in natural settings, without requiring mastery of arithmetic on a set timetable is a key to the ease with which kids attain mastery when the time is right for them. Math literature and history humanizes math, makes it come alive, and provides a context to enjoy and retain learning. This wonderful site offers a literature-based approach to math learning, with book lists, lesson plans, and more.
Special Needs Homeschooling Forum at vegsource.com
A message board for parents who are homeschooling special needs children.
Friendly Defenders Catholic Flash Cards
The Friendly Defenders Catholic Flash Cards are 50 cards with common questions people have about the Catholic faith as well as short, easy-to-understand answers.

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