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    Share it... It’s Back to HomeSchool time!! Enter the $500 Paypal Cash Giveaway below!  Last year I had a crazy eclectic homeschool program. It was fabulous, we had a great time and my son learned a lot. Our co-op was a big part of our program. This year, I’ve decided to take a slightly different approach: […]

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    Share it...I’ve had several readers comment lately on the need for more homeschool resources for middle and high school. And I can’t agree more! I’m not sure if it’s because numbers get smaller with homeschoolers who educate in the older grades or if it’s because moms like to select more established and accredited programs as […]

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    Share it... You may have noticed a recent lull in my blogging. A few months ago a family member was assaulted. It was devastating and sent our family into crisis. Everything stopped. Like any educator, I needed to take emergency leave from teaching to care for my family member in need. There’s just one problem. Unlike the […]

    The post Sustaining Homeschool Through Crisis appeared first on Harrington Harmonies.

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    I’ve been a homeschool mom for more than 18 years, so I’ve never actually had my own creative space. It really never even crossed my mind as something people had! (LOL). I’ve lived in 18 different homes in the last 20 years, most of them not my own. So, they were temporary at best.  Art Studio […]

    The post Art Studio Ideas for Small Spaces appeared first on Harrington Harmonies.

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    Enter Why Homeschool Giveaway Below! Why Homeschool After 18+ Years? I’ve homeschooled now since I first attempted it in 1997 with my ADHD child, whom I homeschooled for very specific reasons. We homeschooled only off and on for the first few years, It was a struggle. Then I found confidence and success in 2003 after adopting a Charlotte Mason philosophy and […]

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