Educator Discounts for Homeschool Teachers

Where can you get educator discounts for homeschool teachers? In a previous post, we shared a list of homeschool days and deals. In this post, I’ve compiled a list of educator discount rates for you. Homeschoolers love a discount! Many homeschool associations will provide a membership card so you can show your status. Here’s a […]

How to Calculate Homeschool Grades

How do you calculate homeschool grades? This is the question I get from many new homeschoolers. It’s often part of the schoolish way of thinking that we bring with us before we have “deschooled” our own mindsets. Consider how learning works with the learn nothing day challenge. Why Do You Need Grades? First let’s consider […]

Homeschool Lingo in South Carolina

In South Carolina, we have our own homeschool lingo. Whether you’re just getting started or you’re new to the state, you’ll need to learn the jargon. This little glossary of terms can help cut through the homeschool lingo and find your way. Homeschool Lingo In SC Accountability: In order to be compliant with law, individual […]

Example Homeschool Daily Schedule

What is the homeschool daily schedule supposed to be? As you get started homeschooling, you might be wondering what a day of homeschooling should be. What’s enough school work? A traditional school day is 6-8 hours long. So when we start homeschooling, it feels like that is the amount of time we should be investing […]

Yes, You CAN Homeschool

Are you interested in homeschooling? Got questions…we’ve got answers! Yes, YOU can homeschool! Several local homeschool experienced homeschoolers recently gathered for a panel discussion about homeschooling. Most of us have never met in real-life–we just met as social media contacts. I’m not sure how much experience it takes to be called “a veteran homeschooler.” Because […]

Homeschool Uniforms

If you’re going to homeschool, you need to find your style…and do it in style. Here’s a quick start introduction to homeschool uniforms. Especially for the quarantine days. When I started homeschooling umpteen years ago, fashionable homeschool moms were rocking the jean jumper dress and a pony tail. Now a days, we’re rocking the messy […]

Best Homeschool Advice for Newbies

I’ve been homeschooling a loooong time. I wish I had a time machine to go back to the beginning and tell myself some advice. I can’t though…I write this blog so I can tell you all my best homeschool advice for getting started. I also thought it would be interesting to find out what advice […]

Deschooling Activities

Deschooling is the mental adjustment period when you leave the school system. In a previous post, we talked about some quick start curriculum ideas. Today, let’s also consider some deschooling activities to do while you adjust to your new homeschooling lifestyle. Check out my guest post at Homeschool.com –>What is Deschooling?<– I am a graduate […]

Record-Keeping: What’s the Point?

I’ve talked before about some reasons why you should keep good homeschool records. The law says to do it, yes. But what’s the point of record-keeping anyway? The point of record-keeping is for YOUR own benefit. You are the one who is looking at the records. Homeschooling is hard and it’s natural to doubt yourself […]

Homeschool Hub Association

Homeschool Hub is a 3rd Option Accountability group in South Carolina, previously called Cornerstone Home Educators. Note: The information provided here is for reference only. The association information is limited since their website is no longer active. Previous members, need help with your records? Contact homeschoolingsc@gmail.com or register with another association  We strive to provide members with many […]

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