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Illinois Homeschooling

Your one stop information center for everything related to homeschooling in Illinois. Looking for a local support group? Need help teaching science? Want to read the homeschooling laws in Illinois? Want to learn more about homeschooling in general? You'll find that and much, much more all here!


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The key to all learning is to be found at the point of intersection between the learner and the learning environment.
George Leonard   

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American Montessori Homeschoolers Co-op
A forum for communication for organized or established co-op's and individuals interested in organizing a Montessori Homeschool Co-op. Established Co-op's can share ideas and those interested in creating a co-op can get valuable advice and information.
On a Budget

 

Homeschooling Older Kids
Homeschooling Older Kids is a part of Eclectic Home Educators that is dedicated to homeschooling children ages 11 and up.
Large Family Logistics
The purpose of Large Family Logistics is to help Christian homeschooling mothers with the daily tasks of home management.
Design Your Own Preschool Curriculum
Susan Franklin
Teaching your preschooler at home can be accomplished several ways. There are three options: 1) Purchase a program from one of the preschool curriculum providers, 2) Read to your child from great books, and explore the world together paying attention to what interests your child or 3) Design your own curriculum for free using the internet and the library. Any one of the three options should work fine. But if you prefer a plan laid out in writing and you are on a tight budget, option three is the way to go.

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