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Delaware Homeschooling

Homeschooling is easier and better when you have the right information and support. You also need a place to get your questions answered. This is that place. Here you'll find information about the laws regulating homeschooling in Delaware, how to find support groups, activities you can use to learn and have fun, and practical tips for making homeschooling run more smoothly.


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The aim of education should be to teach us rather how to think, than what to think -- rather to improve our minds, so as to enable us to think for ourselves, than to load the memory with the thoughts of other men.
John Dewey   

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How to Homeschool: Homeschooling Through the Summer
A light-hearted look at homeschooling through the summer months. A reminder that we never really finish anything with our children and that education is more than just finishing a textbook from cover to cover.
The Moore Formula
How to teach with low stress, low cost, high success and behavior. This is the Moore Formula. You'll find a complete outline of this educational approach here. Raymond and Dorothy Moore explain the Formula, which entails studying daily depending on the child's maturity, an equal amount of manual work, and home or community service an hour or so a day.
Sonlight Users' Messianic Forum
This group is for Sonlight curriculum-users who are actively homeschooling/ home-educating from a Jewish or Messianic perspective, and those who are interested in learning more about Messianic Judaism, and how it relates to parenting and specifically to home-educating their children.
Unschooling Undefined
Eric Anderson
Unschooling is a word coined by negating the idea of schooling; it starts off with a negative definition. What, specifically, is it about schools that unschoolers want to do without?
Homeschooling an Only Child
When we made the decision to homeschool, the questions started again. Can you homeschool an only child? How do you homeschool an only child? Don’t you want to send her to public school for socialization? What about friends? This essay addresses these common concerns.

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