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Worried about Socialization and homeschooling? Get over it!

We began homeschooling in 1996 and at that time, the one thing above all else that concerned those who heard we were homeschooling was “socialization.” Over the years, this continues to be THE concern most voiced, even though a generation of homeschoolers have proven it is a non-issue.

In an otherwise spot-on article about . . . → Read More: Worried about Socialization and homeschooling? Get over it!

Chronicle Books Happy Haul-idays Give-away Contest

What homeschooling family doesn’t love books? Here’s your chance to win up to $500 worth of books. Chronicle Books is spreading a little holiday cheer with their “Celebrate the Haul-idays with Chronicle Books” give-away.

Post a list of Chronicle Books valued at up to $500 that you’d like to haul in, and you’ll . . . → Read More: Chronicle Books Happy Haul-idays Give-away Contest

National Novel Writing Month November 2010

Have you ever thought about writing the great American novel? Or just have an idea buzzing around in your head that you’ve never tried to put to paper? Then National Novel Writing Month (NaNo) is for you! Thirty days in which to commit 50,000 words to paper (or computer document).

Impossible? No! Crazy? . . . → Read More: National Novel Writing Month November 2010