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North Dakota Homeschooling

Parents around the country are choosing homeschooling as a great option for the education of their children. Homeschooling in North Dakota is growing as well. The wealth of information about homeschooling can seem overwhelming. We've sorted through it all and compiled the best information on support, methods, local and state resources and events, and much, much more!


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I have never let my schooling interfere with my education.
Mark Twain   

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So, You Want to Play College Ball?
Christopher J. Klicka
Good news for homeschoolers who want to receive NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association) scholarships and participate in college sports! Homeschoolers have finally been recognized as high school graduates by the NCAA. Homeschool students no longer have to go through the “waiver process,” but can now register in the same manner as “traditionally schooled” graduates.
Livable Learning
Livable Learning helps the homeschooler and parent “Prepare the Home Environment” for learning. They discuss the order of the home, how to organize student learning materials, and the spiritual preparation of the teacher. The foundation of Livable Learning is Montessori education, however the basic principles will benefit any homeschooling family.
Home Schooling With Frugal Unit Studies
Nannette Gilbert
Unit studies are both a fun and frugal way to homeschool your children. Unit studies are theme-based or one topic ideas studied thoroughly using art, literature, music, social studies, science and sometimes even math. Unit studies allow you to use your library, community resources, the Internet, and a minimum of supplies to enable your children to learn in a fun and relaxed way. Because unit studies can be adapted to any age level or academic level, multiple aged children can all participate in the same unit study.
Kindergarten Math
Simple approaches to teaching math for preschoolers and kindergarteners in the home environment.
How I Teach a Large Family in a Relaxed, Classical Way: History
A look at teaching history across several grades using the classical method of education and a rotation of history every four years.

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The Ultimate Book of Homeschooling Ideas: 500+ Fun and Creative Learning Activities for Kids Ages 3-12
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The First Year of Homeschooling Your Child: Your Complete Guide to Getting Off to the Right Start
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Taking Charge of Your Child's Education: A guide to becoming the primary influence in your child's life.
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