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Arizona Homeschooling

Homeschooling is a wonderful adventure that is both exciting and challenging. To get started on your journey, we've compiled some of the best resources to help you get started homeschooling in Arizona.


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But What About the Prom?
Jackie Orsi
A frank discussion of the evolution of the prom "ideal" and how it relates to the broader issue of socialization. Missing out on a prom night could be a positive thing after all.
Storage Strategies for Homeschool Families
Cynthia Townley Ewer
Stuff! For homeschool families, it's everywhere. Books and papers. Art supplies. Math manipulatives. Science projects. Record-keeping demands its own set of materials: attendance forms, correspondence, testing, student portfolios, and piles and piles of paper! Find out strategies for storing kid's stuff, using color coding, organizing your desk, and more.
MEP - Mathematics Enhancement Programme
This is a free math curriculum from Great Britain. MEP is a workbook-based, spiral curriculum that emphasizes concepts and logical thinking. It encourages creative thinking and unique approaches to mathematical computation.
Printable Worksheets, Activities, and Tests for the Differentiated Classroom
Schoolhouse Technologies
Resource creation software for the differentiated classroom from Schoolhouse Technologies saves you the time to do what you do best: teach! Quickly and easily create printable worksheets, activities, and tests for a wide range of student levels and abilities. Deliver an effective individualized educational experience and have more time for teaching. Math Resource Studio is the teaching tool you need to create virtually unlimited, professional-quality, printable math worksheets and reviews. Generate math worksheet activities to provide practice in: number operations, number concepts, algebra, geometry, fractions, numeration, time, money, math puzzles, ratio and percent, measurement, and more.
The Social Connection--Making a Support Group Work in Your Community
Diane Hopkins
This article is the transcript of a talk given to the National LDS Homeschooling Organization convention in 2001. Diane Hopkins tells how she started a homeschool support group and the strategies she used to make it a success.

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