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Family Matters...
After all, homeschooling is family-based education!

by Julie Shepherd Knapp, copyright 2008

Homeschooling is a family affair -- so it's hard to find any topic that isn't. somehow, related ;-)  
Here are some articles and links that you may find relevant to homeschooling in your family.


Homeschooling Logistics

Can we homeschool if both of us work or I'm a single parent?
We're having a baby -- how can we homeschool?
How can we homeschool with a toddler in the house?



Homeschooling -- A Family Affair

When Your Grandchildren Homeschool a brochure for grandparents
A Thank you Letter to Mom by Leslie Spitler
When your parents don’t support your decision to home educate your children by Misti Anslin
Delaney with Rodney Bell Smith
Homeschooling Dads from Family Education -- what do the dads do?
Homeschooling Fathers by Gary Wyatt
Wanted: Fathers by Kevin Swanson
Homeschooling, Divorce, and Custody Issues



Common Concerns

What I Learned from Homeschooling an article on setting priorities by Lydia Eubank

Respect, Obedience, and Education an enlightening series of articles by Steve Hein -- I heartily
recommend reading thru them all :-)

Managing educational games with a poor loser in the house

Watching -- Not Playing -- Video Games! by Julie Knapp




For more articles that cover a variety of topics -- check out
Homeschooling in Special Situations (of all sorts)
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