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Georgia Homeschooling

Georgia is full of great resources for new and veteran homeschoolers alike. We've compiled the best information, resources, ideas, and support options for you as you travel down the path of homeschooling. Check out these great starting points:


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Declaration of Intent to Utilize a Home Study Program - pdf format
This is a Georgia Department of Education form. This form is in pdf format. Provided by HEIR.
Curriculum Dependent No More
Cyndy Shearer
Most of us are closet curriculum dependents. As far as everyone else is concerned -- we have it all together. But we all feel the effects of curriculum dependency. It is based on three myths--the myth of the perfect curriculum, the myth of the perfect homeschool family, and the myth that we can do things in our own strength.
Finding the Right Curriculum
Isabel Shaw
When you are new to homeschooling, choosing the perfect learning system for your family can be a challenge. This article takes a look at some of the different curriculum options, explores how to combine materials from different suppliers, and discusses the advantages and disadvantages of creating your own course of study.
Storage Strategies for Homeschool Families
Cynthia Townley Ewer
Stuff! For homeschool families, it's everywhere. Books and papers. Art supplies. Math manipulatives. Science projects. Record-keeping demands its own set of materials: attendance forms, correspondence, testing, student portfolios, and piles and piles of paper! Find out strategies for storing kid's stuff, using color coding, organizing your desk, and more.
The Heart of Homeschooling is Love
Grace Jorgensen
A veteran homeschool mom discusses how love for one's children fosters the desire and courage to take on the responsibility of educating them.

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