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How to Homeschool in Prince Edward Island: How to get started

Homeschooling in Prince Edward Island: How to Get Started

Welcome to Homeschooling in Prince Edward Island.  “Cradled on the waves” of the Northumberland Strait, Prince Edward Island is the smallest and most beautiful province in our country (I’m a little biased). Not only is it a great place to live, it is also a great place to homeschool. Why is that? Homeschooling in Prince …

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A guide to homeschooling regulations in Manitoba

Homeschooling in Manitoba: How to Get Started

Welcome to Homeschooling in Manitoba. Homeschooling regulations in Manitoba are very simple: let the government know you are going to homeschool and update them twice on how it’s going. Ministry Requirements To be more specific, the current legislation requires that a parent or guardian notify the minister of education of the establishment of a home …

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Homeschooling in Saskatchewan

Homeschooling in Saskatchewan: How to Get Started

Welcome to homeschooling in Saskatchewan. Homeschooling regulations in Saskatchewan are set by the province, however registration, documentation, and files are maintained by each school district. Each district appoints a homeschool administrator who serves as the contact individual for homeschooling parents and who collects information coming from parents regarding homeschool registration, plans, outcomes, etc… The Registration …

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How to Homeschool in Nova Scotia

Homeschooling in Nova Scotia: How to Get Started

Welcome to homeschooling in Nova Scotia. Nova Scotia has a small but growing population of homeschooling families.  The smaller portion of those live here on Cape Breton island, which is where we live. All children between the ages of 6 and 16 are required to be registered in an educational program. They must first be …

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Your Homeschooling Questions Answered

Since I tend to live in a homeschooling bubble, I don’t really think too much about what people outside the bubble might be wondering about our community. So, in an effort to find out, I recently asked a group of non-homeschooling friends, “What question would YOU want to ask a homeschooler?” Here are some of their …

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Homeschooling in Ontario: How to Get Started

Welcome to Homeschooling in Ontario. Here in Ontario, we’re pretty lucky to live in a no reporting area. We need to provide a letter of intent to homeschool to our local school board and that’s about it! If you are pulling your child from public school, you should do this so your child isn’t considered …

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Homeschooling High School in Ontario

Preparing to start homeschooling through high school in Ontario can easily have this overwhelming and sudden sense of pressure. However, it doesn’t have to be stressful. You just have to come up with a plan that works for you and your child. Step Zero: Follow the Regulations If this is your first foray into homeschooling, …

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How to Learn AT Home While Schools Are Closed Text

How to Learn At Home When Schools Are On A Break

If you are a parent whose children typically go to a school, but the schools are closed for whatever reason, you might be wondering how to learn at home. First, relax. Don’t panic. It will be ok. A few days, weeks, months, or even a year without formal education will not set your child up …

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Homeschooling on Bed Rest

There are many reasons why one may find themselves on bed rest – a sudden accident or illness, surgery recovery or a troubled pregnancy are a few. Rarely are these scheduled. Having been on bed rest several times now with lengths of time varying from weeks to months, while homeschooling children, I thought I would …

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10 Days of Learning In Every Experience

Life is full of learning opportunities and they aren’t just found in a textbook or workbook. Over the next two weeks, we’re going to take a look at ten different ways that your child can learn from various activities and experiences they encounter in everyday life. Here’s what we’re going to look at: Geocaching Video …

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5 Rural Homeschooling Challenges & How To Deal With Them

Are you a family considering rural homeschooling your kids? Maybe you live on a farm far from the city. Or maybe you live in the wilderness of Canada’s far north, as we do. While rural and remote families may have many different reasons to homeschool, we all have one thing in common. The challenges. Yet many families …

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99 Acts of Kindness

The last few years, I’ve tried to promote a different way of thinking with my kids at Christmas. Instead of just being focused on gifts, and what material things they want to have, we’ve started a tradition of doing acts of kindness throughout the month for others. Each day we aim to accomplish something, no matter …

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