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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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Showing up at school already able to read is like showing up at the undertaker's already embalmed: people start worrying about being put out of their jobs.
Florence King    

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Handbook of Nature Study
Based on Charlotte Mason's method of education, this website offers ideas and resources for incorporation nature study into your homeschool.
Making Math Meaningful
Making Math Meaningful is a wonderful beginning. It lays the strong foundation for understanding math. Every concept is introduced with a simple conversation (which is provided for you) using math manipulatives. You are spending quality time with your children talking about each math concept. The conversations are simple. The activities are easy to do. The lesson plans tell you exactly what you are to do and what you are to say. Perfect for the busy mom. There are no seminars to attend and no videos to watch! Simply pull the book from the shelf and start teaching. Each child has his own student workbook. Levels K through 4 give you a written script to teach each concept and skill. Levels 5 and 6 and Algebra are written directly to your child. Your child will simply pull the book from the shelf and teach himself. There is no easier math manipulative program for mom.
The Wonderful, Wacky World of "Unpreschooling"
Celeste Land
Society expects parents to send their two- to five-year-olds to preschool. But more and more parents are coming to understand how learning at home is important and meaningful. "Unpreschooling" is the concept of applying an unschooling philosophy to those years of early learning. Celeste Land details the challenges and joys of this type of education for young children, including the socialization issue, burnout, and life after unpreschooling.
Bright Kids at Home
This is a place for families who want to homeschool for academic reasons or who are already homeschooling gifted and talented students. Here you will find ideas about how you might homeschool your gifted student.
The Top 20 Reasons to Homeschool
Mike Woods
A slightly 'tongue in cheek' view of why someone might choose to homeschool.

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