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Virginia Homeschooling

Successfully navigate the homeschooling maze! Come inside for information on the laws regulating homeschooling in Virginia, support groups, local and state events, and much, much more. We've put all the best resources and sources of information at your fingertips to make your homeschooling adventure a success.


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I never teach my pupils; I only attempt to provide the conditions in which they can learn.
Albert Einstein   

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Deschooling on the Road
Meredith G. Warshaw
A homeschooling mom travelled 3500 miles cross-country with her son and found educational experiences in some unexpected places. Drives home the point that learning can happen in many different ways and that we cannot always plan how our children will learn.
Little Saints Catholic Preschool
With its multi-sensory, integrated learning approach, Little Saints gives three-to-five-year-olds a solid foundation of academic readiness skills and a broad knowledge base upon which to build. Encouraging the child's love for learning, the program prepares the child for formal academics with a natural, built-in format of beginning phonics, math readiness, and the essential skills which enhance and streamline the learning process.
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.
McREL Content Standards
A compilation of content standards for K-12 curriculum in both searchable and browsable formats.
CM Curricula
This list is for the buying and selling of resources (biographies,poetry and art books, teacher resources, etc.) that are in conformity with the Charlotte Mason "twaddle-free" philosophy. This is strictly a buying and selling list.

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