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Montana Homeschooling

Homeschooling is a growing movement nationally and has become a choice for many parents in Montana. Although Montana is not a difficult state in which to home educate, it is important to understand the laws regulating homeschooling in Montana. Learn about these laws, along with information on different methods of homeschooling, support groups, local and state events, and much, much more.

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It is difficult to decide whom to be harder on, the people who feed teachers slanted or ridiculous material or both, or the teachers who seem to swallow it without choking.
Sandra Stotsky   

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Arbor Day National Poster Contest
Join over 74,000 fifth grade classrooms and home schools across America in the Arbor Day National Poster Contest. The theme chosen will increase your students’ knowledge of how trees produce and conserve energy. The free Activity Guide includes activities to use with fifth grade students to teach the importance of trees in producing and conserving energy. These activities correlate with National Science and Social Study Standards. The Guide also includes all of the information you need for poster contest participation.
HSLDA: Our History
Although HSLDA has changed over the past 30 years—in terms of the size of our membership and staff and our physical location—our original vision and purpose remain unchanged. HSLDA exists expressly for the purpose of advocating family and freedom.
Mad Dog Math
Mad Dog Math is a fun, exciting, motivating, and challenging supplement to any math curriculum. They've taken the basic facts and broken them down into bite-sized pieces that any child can master. A child progresses through a series of timed drills at his own pace.
Unschoolers and a "Christian World View"
Mike Woods
Do Christian "natural learners" ("unschoolers") have a world view the same as other Christians? Some of them will, but not all.
A Gift of Time
Sue Smith-Heavenrich
I can't think of anything more homeschoolish than this: choosing to give your child the gift of time. There is the gift of your presence, time to explore the word, time to discover ideas, and time to create their own world through play and learning.

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