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South Dakota Homeschooling

Welcome to the best site on the Internet for information, ideas, and support for parents homeschooling in South Dakota. Look inside to find tips on teaching different subjects, special needs homeschooling, events, homeschooling laws, and much, more more!


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A teacher affects eternity; he can never tell, where his influence stops.
Henry B. Adams   

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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.
Department of Education Responsibilities
An interpretation of the homeschooling laws by the South Dakota Department of Education.
Roman Catholic Homeschool Curriculum Swap
This message board is offered to Catholics looking to buy and sell used curriculum and homeschooling materials.
FuseFly
FuseFly is a social network connecting homeschoolers around the world. This innovative site gives homeschoolers the opportunity to socialize with other homeschoolers, while offering a secure environment for teens age thirteen and up and areas for both students and parents.
Homeschooling an Only Child
Is it right to homeschool your only child? People will tell you that you must send your "only" to school so that he/she will have the chance to socialize. "Your child will be lonely at home without other children." Is this true? Or can you successfully homeschool an only child? The participants on HomeschoolChristian.com's message boards offer their thoughts on this topic.

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