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International Homeschool Chat

Every Friday, LeapingFromTheBox.com hosts an International Homeschool Chat. We have been hosting this chat for close to a decade now! Many of the chatters have become good friends, even making trips to visit one another. We chat about our children, the weather, our plans, house repairs, job hunts, getting our children through high school and into college, how to encourage beginning readers, what to do about math phobias, and everything else under the sun. There are no set topics; the chat freewheels to whatever topic is of importance that day. While many of us are old friends now, we welcome the chance to meet new friends and support fellow homeschoolers. For information on how to join our chat, please check out the Homeschool Chat page on the LeapingFromTheBox.com website!

1 comment to International Homeschool Chat

  • Since we are discussing this Leaping From The Box » Blog Archive » International Homeschool Chat, topic, Most families that home school are looked at as conservative right wing religious types. Or, back woods rustics who don’t trust anything that the government does. But as you dig into the facts you find that HS cover a wide demographic range. They come from all walks of life. They live in every part of the country. They are involved in every occupation there is. They are just plain people who have decided not let the government take charge of one of the most important steps in their child’s development.

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