Below is a letter from Susie Hardeman, author of Stock Market Knowledge for All Ages. Susie’s book has found favor with many home schoolers looking to teach their children about finances; I know many of you picked up copies at the last home school convention.
Stock Market Knowledge for All Ages is now available for purchase online; below are some of Susie’s own words on the book and the experiences that led her to write it.
Spice things up in your kitchen with HSLDA’s new cookbook, compiled especially for homeschooling cooks.
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What happens to a homeschooler after they finish homeschooling? The homeschoolers that choose college may face an uphill battle compared to their public-schooled peers. Going from homeschooling to college is more than just attending class. A homeschooler may never have written a paper, attended class in a typical classroom, or had to study something he/she didn’t like. As a result, they face a more difficult transition to college than a typical high school graduate. Read more →