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Maryland Homeschooling

Homeschooling is a rewarding endeavor, filled with joys and challenges. We explore homeschooling in Maryland and give you the tools you need to make your homeschooling journey exciting, fun, and successful for you and your family.


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Getting things done is not always what is most important. There is value in allowing others to learn, even if the task is not accomplished as quickly, efficiently or effectively.
R. D. Clyde   

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Are You Qualified to Teach Your Own Child?
Society has trained most parents to believe they are not qualified to teach their own children. If you really want to home educate you will figure out a way to bolster your qualifications to give your child the best education possible.
Homeschooling the Only Child
Jaime Cook
This article is meant to encourage those who are homeschooling an only child as they go forward in their homeschool journey.
Soft Schools
SoftSchools.com
Generate free printable math worksheets for addition, subtraction, multiplication, and pre-algebra.
Radical Unschooling
Sandra Dodd expounds on how people learn. A great overview of unschooling with everything from real life examples, to chores, to learning math, to peace and harmony in the unschooling household.
Design Your Own Preschool Curriculum
Susan Franklin
Teaching your preschooler at home can be accomplished several ways. There are three options: 1) Purchase a program from one of the preschool curriculum providers, 2) Read to your child from great books, and explore the world together paying attention to what interests your child or 3) Design your own curriculum for free using the internet and the library. Any one of the three options should work fine. But if you prefer a plan laid out in writing and you are on a tight budget, option three is the way to go.

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