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Homeschool High School: Parent Training A La Carte

Homeschool High School: Parent Training A La Carte
What is the difference between a video and Parent Training A la Carte?  Do you like to learn on the computer, or hold something in your hand? Thank you SO much for all the great information!  I am a bit overwhelmed right now though!  It's so much to absorb!  I have a question; how is the Parent Training A la Carte different from Preparing to homeschool high school dvd?  Are all the Parent Training A la...
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Homeschool Black Friday

Homeschool Black Friday
Shopping on Amazon.com today?  Two of my videos are available through Amazon now, so you can add that to your shopping cart right next to your Wii Fit and Watches!The first video, Preparing to Homeschool High School, will help parents who are just beginning to homeschool high school.  It's most helpful for beginners, or parents who feel unsure and really want some encouragement.Preparing to Homeschool High SchoolFinding a College on AmazonCan I ask a favor?   If...
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3 Hour Homeschool High School Seminar

3 Hour Homeschool High School Seminar
Do you live in Washington State?  I'm giving a three hour seminar in Vancouver, Washington, and I would love to see you there!  Clark County Home Educators has invited me to present my three hour seminar "Preparing to Homeschool High School."  This is the same information that I have in my video, with two key differences:1. It's cheaper!  Instead of buying a 3 DVD set for $75, the cost of the seminar is only $43 for...
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Continue Homeschool?

Continue Homeschool?
My daughter will be in the 9th grade next year and whether or not to continue homeschooling her has been on my mind. She doesn't feel challenged enough at home and she has had behavioral issues that have been challenging to me. Thank you for your site. I have not thoroughly read your emails but I need to start.Thank you for your help.~SharonSince you are just beginning the high school years, you may want to consider...
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As far as the behavior issues go, it would be better to deal with them in the context of a loving home with a counselor you trust.... Read More
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Feeling Overwhelmed with Homeschooling High School?

Feeling Overwhelmed with Homeschooling High School?
Angela says >>>My oldest is just going into 9th grade and I feel completely overwhelmed and out of my depth. <<<And that, my friend, is why I allowed my pleasantly-plumpness to be filmed for the "Preparing to Homeschool High School" DVD!  I had been consulting with local clients, and going into their homes to encourage them as they enter high school.  It's a 3 hour conversation, and I go over everything you need to know about...
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