A frequent inquiry we receive at San Diego Homeschooling is how to get
started. Let's take some time to explore this introduction to San
Diego Homeschooling. It will help you get going on the right track.
He's not mad. He's Max. And his multiple personalities are not a
disorder. They're exactly what the doctor ordered to cure all math
ills by changing the way your child learns.
Whether homeschooling now or thinking about starting, a homeschool
event can benefit your family of home learners. Should you and your
We know children learn best by example. So why do many homeschooling
parents model the worst self-care by not balancing work and
relaxation? Here is a remedy to avoid burnout so you can more
effectively care for your students and family.
If your child is creatively, mathematically, or technically gifted,
but struggles with simple concepts, he or she may be a visual/spatial
learner. The homeschool environment can accommodate their special way
More strange lights in the San Diego sky fuel the imagination.
Are aliens landing? Is a great fire-breathing dragon
swooping down on the city? No. But there are both fuel and fire in this
compelling (propelling?) story with stunning photos and web links for budding
By teaching your child independently at home, you are in violation of
state law. That is, according to letters issued by the the state and county.
Is your homeschool really breaking the law?
San Diegans had the best opportunity in the country to watch the moon
pass in front of the sun on June 10, 2002. At 6:23pm about 74% of the
sun was covered at the peak of the eclipse. We took a picture of it!
Volumes have now been written about homeschoolers. Most are either
"how to" manuals or success stories about prodigious and accomplished
homeschoolers. This is neither. This is also a lot funnier.
Penny Gardner, author and homeschool mother of six, has
been using the Charlotte Mason approach since 1994. She visited San Diego
to share her passion for the Charlotte Mason philosophies and
methods of home education at the first San Diego Homeschooling seminar.
Glen Draeger loves books, especially great books. His passion for
literature is exceeded only by a desire to share exceptional writing
with his students--homeschoolers in San Diego and around the country.
Studies now report what homeschooling families have known all along:
staying home from school is a smart way to play hookey. But won't your
kids turn into social mushrooms?