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New Hampshire Homeschooling

The number of homeschooling families in the United States is growing every year. Many parents in New Hampshire have chosen this path as well. If you have questions about homeschooling in New Hampshire, need a support group, or simply want more information and ideas, you've come to the right place. We've compiled the best of the resources available on the Internet to give you a primary source of New Hampshire homeschooling information.

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Children do not need to be made to learn about the world, or shown how. They want to, and they know how.
John Holt    

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CM While Working
For parents trying to utilize Charlotte Mason's (CM) methods while working.
Seton Home Study School
Seton Home Study School offers K-12 curriculum, textbooks, special needs counseling, testing services, and more.
5 Essential Keys to Your Perfect College Search
Tom McFadden
The whole college selection process can be a very daunting challenge for Catholic families, both to those searching for the first-time, and even to those who have gone through the process before. Why is it such a challenge? Simply put--going to college can change a person’s life forever, including where he ends up for eternity. After all those years of sacrificing to give their children the best possible Catholic education, many parents are confronted with a huge decision. This advice will help prospective college students and their parents make this decision.
Licensing & State Laws in New Hampshire
New Hampshire’s licensing process allows teens to gradually gain exposure to complex driving situations, easing them into driving over an extended period of time. The youth operator license stage is a key step.
Ray's Arithmetic
Ray's Arithmetics teach arithmetic in an orderly fashion, starting from rules and principles, building knowledge piece by piece, leading pupils from simple to complex. From the very first pages, Ray's Arithmetics incorporate what has become the scourge of today's math students - story problems. Students must READ simple sentences which pose real life problems, decide whether to add, subtract, multiply or divide, and finally arrive at the answer - sometimes mentally - sometimes in writing.

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Our Top Picks
100 Top Picks For Homeschool Curriculum: Choosing The Right Curriculum And Approach For Your Child's Learning Style
Cathy Duffy
Creative Home Schooling: A Resource Guide for Smart Families
Lisa Rivero
Homeschooling: The Early Years: Your Complete Guide to Successfully Homeschooling the 3- to 8- Year-Old Child
Linda Dobson
Homeschool Your Child for Free: More Than 1,200 Smart, Effective, and Practical Resources for Home Education on the Internet and Beyond
LauraMaery Gold; Joan M. Zielinski
Taking Charge of Your Child's Education: A guide to becoming the primary influence in your child's life.
Erica Arndt
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