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- A Brief Personal Background: Features a biography of a mom that has homechooled for 11 years.
- Abecedarian Academy Homepreschool: Provides an overview about ways to begin homepreschool. Includes resources, useful links, and articles about the 'unpreschooling' concept.
- Amy's Silly Homepage: Homepage designed and written by an 8 year old homeschooler. Has information about homeschooling, activities, crafts, writing, and SETI, plus coloring pages.
- Bay Mountain Academy: Information, resources and support for homeschooling preschool aged children. Explanation of Before Five In A Row curriculum, comparison of styles, and a picture album.
- Beit HaChatulim - A Jewish Vegetarian Homeschool: How one modern Conservative Jewish family does Judaism on a daily basis, including individualized homeschooling.
- Butch's Secular Homeschooling Page: Resources and support for secular homeschoolers, including information for Well Trained Mind users, diversity education, and art.
- Cajun Catholic Homeschooling: Beth Broom and her seven children share their interests, homeschooling journey, experiences having identical twins, Celiac disease, ultrasounds from 18 weeks on, and information on unborn children.
- Charlotte Mason Homeschooling through the Eyes of One Child: The Glaser family shares their experiences with homeschooling their son David, a "ball of fire" who enjoys science, Legos, and creative writing. Also contains recommendations for Charlotte Mason homeschoolers.
- Cobin Kids Home Page: Photos, homeschool information, chess results, and living abroad explained by an American professor currently homeschooling his six children in Chile. Mirrored in Spanish.
- Eleos Home School: Home School Projects, Stories, Christian Education information, Creation Research
- Family home schooling site: This site contains information and links for homeschooling, ADD/ADHD, violent crime prevention, and lung cancer information.
- Free Children!: Adele Carrall takes a biting look at the current educational system, and explains why allowing children the freedom to learn works.
- Friske Fingers Homeschool: Unit study information from the Friske family.
- Gregg Family Home (Homeschooling, Kids' Stuff, more): Each family member has their own part of the Home. The kids each have a room filled with stuff they love, Hairpin's Garden has homeschooling and other stuff planted there, and Pappy's garage has fly fishing equipment and Army gear. Pets and places we've lived too.
- Her Household: Offering custom made calendar/lesson planners, books for keepers at home, and home education literature guides. A site to aid the mother at home in "looking well to the ways of her household."
- Home-Is-School! Home-Is-Cool!: Christian & homeschool `resource` page of the Howard family. Information on Christianity, homeschool, parenting, and military homeschool families.
- Homeschool Confidential: Michelle, aka The Basic Homeschooler, journals her homeschooling adventure, providing tips, money-saving ideas, `resource` links, and photos of her family.
- Homeschool Helpworx A Simple Guide To Homeschooling: Help for the homeschooling family. Free worksheets, forms, ABC's, 123's, curriculum requirements for grade levels,developmental characteristics for children, shapes, and colors.
- Homeschool In The Woods: The Monroe family presents free unit studies and information on how to make your own.
- Homeschooling: Home Education allows for more individual learning styles. Families are free to spend more time together while learning together. Learning is a life-long process and should be pleasureable. Resources and newsletter.
- Homeschooling Catholic: Why one family homeschools, a list of Catholic curriculums on the internet, a list of families with homeschooling web pages and FREEBIES for homeschooling families.
- Homeschoolmum Reviews: Jane reviews homeschool, parenting, and pet books from a relaxed viewpoint.
- Hughes Family Homepage: This family tells about their homeschool and the challenges of raising a child with Down's Syndrome.
- JC Joy: Homeschooling stepchildren, smocking and sewing pages, and pageantry from Jelly.
- Jordan Family Homeschool: Home schooling resources and ideas, including kid's recipes and book reviews.
- Kid Country USA: This site is from the oldest four children of a family of seven homeschooled children. It is their on-line newsletter and games to print out and play.
- Lambslight's Christian Homeschool: Resources, testimony, kids' pages, and .html help from Bev and her family.
- Linda's Homeschool Page: The Riordan family explains why character training is important, how they use felt boards, timelines, homeschooling by boat and car, and a typical day at their house.
- Maple Woods Homeschool: Michigan eclectic homeschool site for other homeschoolers or those thinking of homeschooling. The site features links to curriculum, and lesson plans.
- My Home School World!: An informative and fun site catering to the educational needs of the family.
- My Miracle Baby: Sheri shares information about special needs homeschooling, her son who was born at 27 weeks, lesson plans, and curriculum recommendations.
- Nabrit Family Adventure: This African-American family has homeschooled for over seven years. The site offers reference and link content as well as practical information on homeschooling and male rites of passage.
- Our Country School: The Brown family takes its readers on a homeschooling journey, from the decision to homeschool to what's currently being studied.
- Pam's Refuge for Homeschooling Moms: Encouragement and resources for Christian homeschooling moms and their families, including message boards, links, and information.
- Peasleburg Home Preschool Academy: Home preschooling themes, creative projects, and ideas for the younger crowd.
- Penny's Page - The Charlotte Mason Approach: Informational articles and examples to get you started using Charlotte Mason's ideas in your homeschool.
- Petz Family School: A homeschool family with an educational site. Take a look at what they have been working on and submit your work to share with other homeschoolers.
- Raggedy Janet's Country Home: Information about their homeschool, Joyful Christian Academy for Girls, and using the Bible as the primary curriculum.
- Road School: The Nod family sold their house, packed up their belongings in their trailer, and hit the road. This is their online homeschooling journal about their travels and their experiences.
- Rogers Family's Homeschool Page: This is our philosophy of home education based on Biblical beliefs. There are subject helps, and links to sites for more information.
- Rubicon Academy Homeschool: We began homeschooling our children in order to ensure that they receive the best education to prepare them for the challenges of the future. We stress thinking skills and independence.
- Sunnnshin's Homeschool Page: Information on homeschooling, suggested reading, support groups and online assistance
- The Schaefer Family Home Page: A Christian family's homepage describing their life as missionaries on their way to Singapore and homeschooling their children.
- Travers' Treasures: Why and how the Travers family homeschools, their year in preview, and a list of famous homeschoolers.