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By JW Weatherman Yes and No. Overwhelmingly yes, because future programmers will come from homeschools that taught computer and technology courses. And no, because your homeschool student can self-teach computer programming skills. Feel free to sit this one out, Mom and Dad. And best of all, the internet offers world-class courses and materials which you can use for a homeschooling computer programming curriculum for free....

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By: Christina Belbas Did You Know: There are hundreds of free government resources that homeschoolers can take advantage for lesson plans, activities and more? We have broken down resources by grade levels and categories that include health, food safety, ecology, earth science, astronomy, scientific research, and more topics for easy access to the information most applicable to your homeschooling. Read Ahead Health Food Safety...

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High on the list of benefits of homeschooling is that you can do it anywhere, even as you travel—especially as you travel. Lessons learned during roadschooling are sure to be among those remembered for a lifetime, because of the multisensory, personal interaction and experience with the subject matter. Why not give roadschooling a try with one of these educational itineraries, or create one of your own! And if you do, please share it...

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So you can’t pull together 22 kids for a football team, that doesn’t mean your students can’t enjoy a rich sports experience in elementary, middle, junior and high school. Many of Texas’ larger homeschooling communities have formed their own sports leagues. Check with your local homeschool groups to learn what’s available, or explore community sports leagues. Or go it alone with an individual sport. There are many options in the wide...

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“I’m bored,” my 11-year-old daughter grumbled as she collapsed onto the couch. Oh no, what did she do now during a rare unscheduled moment in her life? I cringed, remembering when she was three and covered an entire wall with a crayon-drawn mural when left to entertain herself. To prevent other artistic wall coverings, we have kept her busy with extracurricular activities. And, lots of them—last spring, she had six activities ranging...

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