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Minnesota Homeschooling

Homeschooing can seem like a daunting task. With some helpful resources, great support, and good information, it can become an exciting and rewarding journey for your family. We've put together the best information and resources on homeschooling in Minnesota into one website to allow you to find what you need. Whether you are looking for information on unschooling, searching for a support group, seeking local resources and information, or just needing a little motivation, we've got it all and much, much more!

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The History of Homeschooling
This infographic from features a graphical representation of the history of homeschooling, methodologies, statistics, and other interesting facts.
Chalk Dust Company
Chalk Dust Company offers mathematics instruction on videotape to homeschooled students and a variety of other users. Textbooks used in Chalk Dust programs are published by Houghton Mifflin Company and most are authored by Ron Larson. Offers solutions guides and personal help when needed via telephone or the internet, providing a comprehensive and effective distance-learning environment.
Chevra was formed in September 1998 as an online support community for Jewish homeschoolers of all varieties. It tends to be a very chatty place where they discuss Jewish observance, homeschooling, family life, outside interests, and (the favorite topic) why the laundry never seems to get done. If you are looking for a group that discusses only homeschooling and Judaic resources, you may very well be disappointed in Chevra's free-wheeling discussions of everything under the sun, but there is lots of great information here.
Homeschoolers and Public Libraries: A Synergistic Relationship
Cynthia Jennings
Homeschoolers are commonly heavy users of their local libraries. Libraries can become educational hubs for homeschoolers by providing programming, information, and events. Homeschoolers can help libraries by advocating for libraries and urging lawmakers to support these vital institutions in their communities.
Summer Algebra Institute for Kids
SAI: the Summer Algebra Institute for Kids is an enrichment program that uses algebra to unify and connected mathematics for children and teachers. One of SAI’s strengths is showing young students how algebra illustrates several “grand ideas” that show the unity and connectedness of math across grades and across topics.

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