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Yes, You CAN Homeschool Your Special Needs Child

From the day I told our son we were going to start homeschooling him, his behavior completely changed. It was as if I got my little boy back. He was so excited and stated he never wants to step foot into that place (pubic school) again.

https://ihomeschoolnetwork.com/homeschool-special-needs-child/
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You can’t solve a problem unless you clearly identify the source so the first thing to do is determine what has driven you to this point.

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How the Habit of Observation Enhances Your Child’s Homeschool Geography Studies

https://ihomeschoolnetwork.com/homeschool-geography-studies/
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We had a great experience with PandaTree.com and highly recommend it to homeschool moms wanting their kids to learn a second language. If you’re ready to try lessons with PandaTree.com, you can sign up for one lesson completely free! Head there and enter the code IHNFree17 to get started, but don’t wait too long! This offer is valid through November 30, 2017.

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How to Navigate the College Selection Process as a Homeschooler

http://blogshewrote.org/2017/10/11/navigate-college-selection/
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10 Thanksgiving History Conversation Starters for Kids

https://ihomeschoolnetwork.com/thanksgiving-history-conversation-starters/

Far from a cornucopia of plenty, the original circumstances around which our modern-day celebrations are based were marked with sadness, suffering, loss, and pain. We can use these difficult historical topics to open up conversation and nurture an attitude of gratitude look beyond ourselves.
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Spartanburg is located near within an hour’s drive of Charlotte, North Carolina, and is within a three-hour drive of Atlanta, Georgia; and Charleston, South Carolina.

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There’s no doubt that your child’s future is on the forefront of your mind. Whether you’re homeschooling a first grader or a senior in high school, the direction their life is going is a huge worry for most parents. Homeschooling parents get the extra burden of worrying if they’re sheltering their kids too much. Are they teaching them everything they need to know in order to succeed? Will their precious child curl up into the fetal position and cry on their first day of college? Or will they actually grow into well-rounded adults who find a love for education?

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Spartanburg Methodist College is a two year college that is homeschool friendly as well, and one you might want to consider if your child wants to attend college.
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