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New Jersey Homeschooling

You've found the best source of information on homeschooling in New Jersey. Look inside to find everything you need to successfully home educate your children, including state laws, support groups, information on homeschooling methods, ideas for special needs homeschooling, and much, much more!


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It is far better to give work that is above a person, than to educate the person to be above their work.
John Ruskin   

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Designing Your Own Classical Curriculum Families
This list is for families using the classical approach to education as outlined in Laura Berquist's book Designing Your Own Classical Curriculum (DYOCC).
Am I Qualified to Teach My Own?
Gary Grammar
The differences in teaching a classroom full of children and one's own children are marked. This article discusses how the love and attention from one's own parent can make all the difference and why a home-teaching parent has a clear advantage over the school teacher.
Introversion, Large Families, and Homeschooling
The introvert can homeschool! Here are some tips for those whose nature is more introverted. Especially helpful for those homeschooling a large family.
Counting Tubes
The fun and colorful tubes are a great way to practice 1:1 correspondence, counting, and numbers.
MEP - Mathematics Enhancement Programme
This is a free math curriculum from Great Britain. MEP is a workbook-based, spiral curriculum that emphasizes concepts and logical thinking. It encourages creative thinking and unique approaches to mathematical computation.

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