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Missouri Homeschooling

Join us as we explore homeschooling in Missouri. You'll find support groups, teaching tips, stories of successful homeschoolers, events, discussions of homeschooling methods, and much, much more.


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The family is the school of duties, founded on love.
Felix Adler   

Featured Articles & Links Back to Top
A Homeschooler's History of Homeschooling - Part 2: Influences
Cheryl Seelhoff
Cheryl Seelhoff continues her look at the history of homeschooling by examining the influences of unschooling, Raymond and Dorothy Moore, Bill Gothard, and more.
Sonlight Curriculum-Charlotte Mason
This is a list for homeschooling moms using Sonlight curriculum, whether just parts of it or the full curriculum, and incorporating the educational methods and ideas of Charlotte Mason into their homes.
Homeschooling Using the Moore Formula
Dr. Raymond Moore and his wife Dorothy Moore are sometimes called the grandparents of the modern home schooling movement. For over 50 years they have been educational professionals, and for the last 30 years have been sharing their research and their "formula" for successful home schooling, a program that is low-cost, low stress, and yet brings high-achievement.
Time for Tea E-Zine
Time for Tea is a quarterly email magazine which features articles on homeschooling with a lifestyle of real learning in the Charlotte Mason Style.
Suggested Questions to Ask Candidates
Homeschool Alliance of North Carolina (HA-NC)
This list of ten questions touches on political issues that affect and are important to homeschoolers. It includes tips on how to frame questions and how to elicit a candidate's opinion on a variety of issues.

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