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Natural Attachment is here to help support those families who are homeschooling or thinking about homeschooling. We want you to be up to date on laws and resources. We have to put together a great starter kit for those families who are just starting out in homeschooling and those families who want to try it out.

Homeschool is a wonderful way to see your children learn, laugh and play. You can decide as a family what you should learn, how to learn it and when to learn it. Families with strong religious convictions find homeschool most conducive to teaching their children their beliefs. Many families are turning to homeschool because of peer pressure at school, school violence and bogus standardized tests.

No matter why you choose to homeschool, we think you are making a great choice!

What is Homeschooling?

Homeschooling can best be defined by saying it is what’s done by families who educate their children at home. This doesn't mean that children never leave the house for field trips and library excursions, actually just the opposite; usually children who are homeschooled spend more time reading, visiting the library and going on field trips. Less time is spent on repeating learned/mastered skills and subjects; there is more time to go see art museums, libraries, community centers and other places of interest. There is also more time to take up outside activities to enrich a child’s education like, sports, martial arts, music lessons and artistic programs.

What do homeschooling families do and how do they do it?

There are more methods or ways of homeschooling than the mind can imagine. Almost every family has its own style and curriculum that works for them. Here is a list of the most common methods of homeschooling:

Charlotte Mason Method

Classical Education Method

Eclectic Homeschooling Method

Montessori Method

Traditional or School-at-Home Method

Unit Studies Approach

Unschooling or Natural Learning Method

Waldorf Education Method

Pagan Homeschooling

Religious Homeschooling

Unitarian Universalist Homeschooling

Christian Homeschooling

Links To Other Websites For More Information About Home/Unschooling

Unhindered education

Homeschool world

Homeschool legal defense association

Homeschool zone

Christian homeschool

The biggest and best sources for homeschoolers

Pagan homeschooling

Unschooling Online

Natural child project/Unschooling

Delight driven learning

Christian Unschooling

Pagan Unschooling

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