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February 2017
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Yes, you can educate your child, using this website! This is exactly how we homeschooled our child. He went on to college, became a computer programmer and web developer, worked with the New York Times Media Group, and now runs his own programming and web development business. Your child can become anything he or she would like to become! Our family did it, using the lessons and homeschooling style on this website. You can do it, too!


Frequently Asked Questions about Our Site
Q. I'm interested in the personalized illustration of my child. How do I contact you?

Q. Can I educate my child, using this site?

Q. How do I read the lessons, articles, and other pages?

Q. Can I read what others have to say about your site?

Q. How do I contact you?

Q. Can I speak with someone at your company?

Q. Do you have new lessons, articles, and other information each month?

Q. Do you offer a diploma/graduation program?

Q. Do you focus on a particular style of homeschooling?

Q. Do you publish the magazine and homeschool activities over the summer months, too?

Q. Do you accept advertisements or have a media kit?

Q. Do you feature book reviews or product reviews?

Q. Do you accept articles on homeschooling?

Q. Do you accept photos on homeschooling?

Q. Can I submit my child's writings or photos?

Q. Do you provide a Free Newsletter?

Q. Do you have a Homeschool Blog?




Q. I'm interested in the personalized illustration of my child. How do I contact you?

A. Contact us at: Sherri@EverythingHomeschooling.com. We'll provide details on how you can receive your unique illustration of your child learning or doing. Makes a wonderful memento or gift!

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Q. Can I educate my child, using this site?

A. Yes, you can! This is exactly how we educated our child. He went on to college, became a computer programmer and web developer, worked with the New York Times Media Group, and now runs his own programming/development business.

Your child can become anything he or she would like to become! Our family did it, using the lessons and homeschooling style on this website. You can do it, too! (And we, his parents, worked full-time at the same time. Your schedule can be as flexible as ours, using this style of homeschooling.)


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Q. How do I read your Weekly Lessons, Daily Activities, Hands-On Activities, Field Trips, and other articles or pages?

A. We are an online homeschool site, which provides weekly homeschool lessons, daily educational activities, hands-on activities, unit studies, field trips, homeschool articles, and much more. Fresh, new content is added weekly and monthly.

You'll gain access to all areas of our site, get new lesson plan ideas each week, daily creative writing ideas, new hands-on activities and articles each month, and more.

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Q. Can I read what others have to say about your site?

A. Yes, you can read comments and testimonials by clicking here.

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Q. How do I contact you?

A. Click the "Contact Us" button at the bottom of the menu on the left, or click here. If you do not receive a response within 24 hours, it's possible that Spam filters may block e-mails. See our "Contact Us" page for other ways to contact us: click here.


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Q. Can I speak with someone at your company?

A. Yes. If you need to speak with someone at our company, please e-mail us to request our phone number. Also, please provide a brief description of your question, so we'll know which department you need to speak with. To e-mail us, see our "Contact Us" page: click here.


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Q. Do you have new lessons, articles, and other information each month?

A. Yes, every month -- and often every week -- we add new learning ideas, educational activities, unit studies, field trips, new homeschool articles, and other helpful information. Some information remains consistent on our site, so that readers can access that information at any time.

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Q. Do you offer a diploma/graduation program?

A. From the information on our site, you can provide your children with a well-rounded homeschool program and/or diploma.

We do not provide a diploma or program from a specific school. Rather, a diploma can be issued from YOUR school when your children have achieved the educational goals, objectives, and standards set by your family.

For a diploma example, high-school transcripts, report cards, daily/weekly planner sheets, reading logs, etc., see our Homeschool Forms page. These assist you in recording, tracking, and organizing your homeschool.

For weekly lessons and learning activities, see our Grades K-12 Lessons, Daily Activities, Curriculum Guidelines, Hands-On Activities, Unit Studies, Field Trips, and Reading Suggestions.

For additional information and help, read the Homeschool Articles, Unschooling Articles, Homeschool News, Homeschool Groups, and other helpful links we provide.

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Q. Do you focus on a particular style of homeschooling?

A. No. We use the term "homeschooling" to include all forms of "learning at home." This can include homeschooling, unschooling, faith-based education, secular education, natural learning, self-directed learning, curriculum-based learning, cyber-learning, online learning, etc. It is helpful to remember that "homeschooling" is not "school at home." When families try to turn "homeschooling" into "school at home," it can result in undue stress, frustration, and children who lose interest in learning.

Our mission is to provide weekly and monthly lesson plan ideas, learning activity ideas, "homeschool" help, and other "homeschool" information to make your experience as smooth, easy, enjoyable, and affordable as possible. We especially strive to help busy families, working parents, single parents, and all parents and families who have an interest in the education and future of their children.

Whatever your style of "homeschooling," you may take from our site whatever is most helpful and beneficial to you and your family. You may use our lesson ideas and learning activities to supplement your daily activities. Or you may use them as your daily "homeschool" curriculum.

If you desire a more structured homeschool environment, we are here to help you. If you prefer a more flexible, eclectic style, we provide plenty of material for you. If you prefer unschooling, we provide fun, hands-on activities, virtual field trips, and other learning ideas for you.

If you want to create your own curriculum -- keep your own records and high-school transcripts -- issue your own diploma and hold your own graduation celebration -- we are here to help you with that, too. We do not exclude anyone. We welcome everyone!

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Q. Do you publish the magazine and homeschool activities over the summer months, too?

A. Yes, we continue to publish new learning activities, fun educational projects, articles, information, and ideas throughout the summer months.

For instance, our July issue includes articles on "unschooling" over the summer, homeschooling (having fun!) "year-round", how to teach several children, mnemonics and learning, summer-reading lists, summer fun ideas, business opportunities for stay-at-home parents, and much more!

Check back at the beginning of each month for new articles, information, and learning activities. And let your friends and homeschool groups know that we'll be here all summer long, too!

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Q. Do you accept advertisements?

A. Yes. Due to the high interest in finding resources via our site -- and due to inquiries from homeschool suppliers -- we can include some select Ads and Resources on our site.

For information on advertising, click here.

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Q. Do you feature book reviews or product reviews?

A. Not at this time. However, we can include a Classified Ad on your book or product at a very affordable rate. See the above question-and-answer on advertisements.

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Q. Do you accept articles on homeschooling?

A. Yes. We are always happy to consider your articles, or experiences, regarding homeschooling. Our homeschool articles run approximately 500 to 1200 words, each. Payment is $30 to $35 per article. We also include your bio with your article.

Articles can be submitted via e-mail or regular mail. Editors will review submissions and usually respond within 1 to 2 weeks. Be sure to include your name, e-mail address, and mailing address for payment purposes. Please see our "Contact Us" page for our contact information.

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Q. Do you accept photos on homeschooling?

A. Yes. We are happy to feature photos of your homeschool experiences or homeschool spaces. To send photos, please see our "Contact Us" page for our contact information.

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Q. Can I submit my child's writings or photos?

A. Yes, send your children's creative writing, poetry, short stories, book reviews, photos of art projects or hands-on activities, etc., to us via e-mail or regular mail. Please see our "Contact Us" page for our contact information. See our "Creative Corner" page for submissions from homeschoolers: click here.

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Q. Do you provide a Free Newsletter?

A. Yes! To sign up for our Free Newsletter, which provides more homeschooling hints, tips, and ideas each month, click here.

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Q. Do you have a Homeschool Blog?

A. Yes! Read our Homeschool Blog by clicking here.

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