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The IAHE Blog

Choosing a Math Curriculum: Parent Involvement

Choosing a Math Curriculum: Parent Involvement

Are you the type who sees yourself teaching at the chalkboard solving equations, or are you the type who sees yourself sitting in the grass counting ladybugs? It takes all kinds, but sometimes there's just no room on the schedule for fantasy-self. To narrow in on the...

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A Place For Everything

The amount of clutter a single homeschool child can generate is staggering. More children, of course, means more clutter, and suddenly you’ve gone from a fairly organized home with everything in its place to bursting at the seams. The result? Mislaid papers,...

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Dare to Deschool

Dare to Deschool

One of the biggest challenges homeschoolers fresh from public school face is this is NOTHING like school! The mental and emotional shift into homeschool is jarring, unfamiliar, and hard. Your kids, who have spent the past 1-10+ years in the structure and expectations...

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What If Last Year Was a Math Disaster?

What If Last Year Was a Math Disaster?

As the school year came to an end, final tests were administered, and grades were calculated. You worked hard all year, but as you closed the book on each subject, you kept pushing off math because you knew what was coming. Math was a complete disaster!  It would be...

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IAHE Birthday Bash Surprises

IAHE Birthday Bash Surprises

Happy 39th Birthday IAHE! It is through the faithfulness and support of our founders, past and present volunteers, and YOU, that the IAHE is here today to celebrate 39 years of serving Indiana homeschoolers.  We truly wouldn't be here today without your continued...

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50 Screen-Free Ideas to Beat Boredom

50 Screen-Free Ideas to Beat Boredom

Many of us homeschool families have put away the schoolbooks for the summer and are savoring the idea of some school-free weeks or months in which we can catch our breath and do some planning for next semester. But with summer in Indiana comes a few things we can...

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Homeschooled & Proud of It

Homeschooled & Proud of It

My homeschool journey began a decade ago, when my parents decided to homeschool me in second grade. Before that, I had attended a private Christian school where I learned virtually nothing and was bored to tears. My parents thought homeschooling would be the best...

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