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Wisconsin Homeschooling

Want to learn more about homeschooling in Wisconsin? Do you need information on the laws regulating home education in the state? Do you want to connect with other homeschoolers in your area? You've come to the right place! Your best source of information on homeschooling in Wisconsin, this website offers you the knowledge and ideas you need to successfully home educate your children.


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It is difficult to decide whom to be harder on, the people who feed teachers slanted or ridiculous material or both, or the teachers who seem to swallow it without choking.
Sandra Stotsky   

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Preschool Math Idea
The best way for preschoolers to learn math is through lots of fun and creative games that let them explore and discover new concepts about the world of numbers.
Guardian Angel Books
Guardian Angel Books offers a special selection of beautiful, hard-to-find Catholic children's books, textbooks and classics.
Alliance for the Separation of School & State
An advisory group concerned with educating people about the need to eliminate government involvement in education and the rights of parents to educate their own children. On this site, you will find a public proclamation for the separation of school and state, which you can sign.
Waldorf at Home
This email list is open to all homeschoolers working with Waldorf education (also known as Steiner education, after its founder Rudolf Steiner), as well as those exploring the possibility. Others, such as teachers or parents with children at Waldorf or public schools, who are interested in an open approach to Waldorf in the home, are also welcome.
Homeschooling an Only Child
Carolyn Morrison
Two questions are asked with surprisingly equal frequency: "How can I teach more than one child at a time?" and "How can I homeschool my only child?" It is true that the only-child presents his own unique situation to homeschooling. While it may be simpler to prepare and execute lessons for only one student, there are also many educational scenarios in which only one student presents a distinct disadvantage.

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