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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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Never help a child with a task at which he feels he can succeed.
Maria Montessori   

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Professor B Math
Professor B Math delivers world-class mathematics and national precedents by means of a unique perspective on children's real gifts for learning mathematics.
HomeSchool Minder Calendar
HomeSchool Minder is your all-in-one homeschool scheduler. The calendar stores everything from lesson plans activities to assignments. The calendar also gives a simple point-and-click method of tracking homeschool attendance by the day or by the hour. Daily, weekly, and monthly views are provided for each student's calendar.
Should I Homeschool Or Not
To homeschool or not to homeschool, that may be your question. And that only leads to more questions: How do I know if I should or not? What should I even start to think about? What about curriculum? If you have at all considered homeschooling these questions have probably run through your mind.
Classically Eclectic
This loop was created for homeschoolers interested in presenting school materials, real books, and/or purchased curriculum in a manner consistent with Classical Education philosophy. Specifically, Classical Education refers to educational models (such as the Trivium) described by Laura Berquist, the Bluedorns, Dorothy Sayers, Doug Wilson, Jessie Wise, Susan Wise Bauer, and others, in which material is presented to children according to their stage of development (i.e., Grammar, Logic, and Rhetoric stages). The purpose of this loop is practical in nature: to share resource suggestions, reviews, schedules, ideas, and encouragement, in order to help one another provide Classical Education within the homeschool environment.
Homeschool Math Blog
Maria Miller
Math teaching ideas, links, worksheets, reviews, articles, news, Math Mammoth, and more--anything that helps you to teach math.

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