Homeschooling in California: Beginning the Journey - Eva Varga

Homeschooling in California: Beginning the Journey

The Home School Mom--website I need to go through--all sorts of ideas for various subjects

Help By Subject: Language Arts

The Home School Mom--website I need to go through--all sorts of ideas for various subjects

LDS Homeschooling in California—and everywhere! : QUOTES ABOUT EDUCATION from LDS Church Leaders

LDS Homeschooling in California—and everywhere! : QUOTES ABOUT EDUCATION from LDS Church Leaders

Homeschooling in California - tools, resources, legal requirements, etc.

Homeschooling in California

Homeschooling in California - tools, resources, legal requirements, etc.

Virtual Field Trips—museums & other buildings, nature and science tours, regional tours, virtual factory tours, time travel tours, educational web cams and videos, #homeschool

Virtual Field Trips—museums & other buildings, nature and science tours, regional tours, virtual factory tours, time travel tours, educational web cams and videos, #homeschool

California Homeschool Network is a statewide grassroots organization dedicated to protecting the fundamental right of parents to educate their children. Our website provides information about CHN, current state and federal legislation affecting homeschooling families, and how to get started educating your children at home.

California Homeschool Network is a statewide grassroots organization dedicated to protecting the fundamental right of parents to educate their children. Our website provides information about CHN, current state and federal legislation affecting homeschooling families, and how to get started educating your children at home.

HSLDA-Evaluation of High School Credits-For courses that do not use a standard high school level textbook, log the hours that your child spends completing the course work. One credit is approx. 120-180 hours of work. The upper end of this range (180 hrs) is usually appropriate for lab science courses, while 150 hours is the average for a year long academic course such as English or History.

HSLDA-Evaluation of High School Credits-For courses that do not use a standard high school level textbook, log the hours that your child spends completing the course work. One credit is approx. 120-180 hours of work. The upper end of this range (180 hrs) is usually appropriate for lab science courses, while 150 hours is the average for a year long academic course such as English or History.

This is a song parody of California Dreaming (by Mamas & Papas) about the four geographic regions in California.  BUT it's still a work in progress!  It needs images of students from all over California, sharing what they love about their home region.  Can you help?  Watch the video for details on how you can participate.  Pay close attention du...

This is a song parody of California Dreaming (by Mamas & Papas) about the four geographic regions in California. BUT it's still a work in progress! It needs images of students from all over California, sharing what they love about their home region. Can you help? Watch the video for details on how you can participate. Pay close attention du...

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