Local Homeschool Group

Most local homeschool groups offer park days, field trips, co-ops, mom's night out and support. If I am homeschooling I will be a member of a local homeschooling group. To me it is a must. At a minimum I will be connected on-line, but I prefer meeting others face-to-face.

Homeschooling moms are full of information. Curriculum options such as Sonlight, Enki, Abeka, and Ambleside On-line as well as the methods with which they align have become familiar to me through homeschooling groups. Book recommendations, and parenting advice can be obtained through groups. I learned about the Waldorf Homeschooling Method and borrowed homeschooling how-to books from local homeschool moms.

Finding great local places to go just happens by participating in local homeschool groups. We visited our local rail bike tour, alpine slide and freilichtmuseum after learning about the activities from homeschool moms.

Our best friends have grown through participating in homeschool group activities.

This is post number 10 in the Homeschool Help Series. Please come back next week for the topic of Science.

Hwee at The Tiger Chronicle - Our Success with Different Groups
Lucinda at Navigating by Joy - Why I'm Glad We Joined Our Local Homeschooling Group
Chareen at Every Bed of Roses - Where do you get your homeschool support?
Nicole at One Magnificent Obsession - Homeschool Groups - This Mom's Lifeline
Savannah at Hammock Tracks - A Breath of Fresh Air
Bernadette at Barefoot Hippie Girl - A Sad Story About How the Inability to Commit Sunk a Homeschool Group
Erin at Seven Little Australians - It Takes a Community

1 comment:

  1. I am in awe of parents who homeschool. I'm not sure I would have had the patience!


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