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Kentucky Homeschooling

How do I get started homeschooling my child? Does Kentucky have any special legal requirements? Where can I find a support group? How can I get help with teaching math? We have all the answers to questions like these and more! With tips, ideas, and information on everything from unschooling to structured curriculums, we can help you successfully homeschool in Kentucky.


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Ideas - Activities
Bernadine Sevy
Here are a few ideas for Home Schooling with pre-schoolers.
The Myth of Socialization
Diane S. Spears, Ed.D.
If socializing is a problem for homeschool families, it is rare. The homeschool socialization myth is a misconception perpetrated by people who know little or nothing of the benefits or facts. Some parents believed they would be breaking the law by not sending their children to public school. Unfortunately, there are movements in some states to pass such laws. But as of yet, it is still lawful to homeschool. Most states require documentation, which is reasonable. Other states are lax. Homeschooling as a movement is growing, and that is a very good thing. According to NHERI, the higher quality of homeschooling is not affected at all by whether or not the parent is a certified teacher, or by any state regulations.
Ozark Ramblings
This blog chronicles the joys of raising and homeschooling an only son.
Catholic Homeschool Network of America (CHSNA)
CHSNA is a national Catholic homeschool organization whose purpose is to represent homeschoolers' interests with diocesan officials and church and/or church-related organizations such as the NCEA, collaborate with other national homeschool groups to assure that concerns and interests of Catholics are represented, and to maintain contacts with Church officials both in America and in Rome. Join with leaders from across the nation at the annual Round Table of Catholic Home School Leaders and present to them the concerns you have shared with us.
Guardian Angel Books
Guardian Angel Books offers a special selection of beautiful, hard-to-find Catholic children's books, textbooks and classics.

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