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Alaska Homeschooling

Are you ready to explore the world of homeschooling in Alaska? You've come to the right place! We've gathered the best and most helpful resources, along with support and ideas to help you, whether you are just beginning to homeschool or you've been homeschooling for years. Kick off your visit by exploring these great starting points:


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Alaska Native Heritage Center
Anchorage, Alaska
The Alaska Native Heritage Center is a gathering place that celebrates, perpetuates and shares Alaska Native cultures. Features exhibits and performances of Native art and culture.
The Lost Tools of Learning
Dorothy Sayers
Is not the great defect of our education today that although we often succeed in teaching our pupils "subjects," we fail lamentably on the whole in teaching them how to think: they learn everything, except the art of learning. Dorothy Sayers authored this essay in 1947, discussing a classical approach to education, with the recommendation to adopt a modified version of the medieval scholastic curriculum.
CM4primaryyears
To discuss the Charlotte Mason method of homeschooling elementary age children, and to share the joys and concerns of everyday life.
Facebook kicking it with homeschoolers
A short discussion of Facebook's decision to offer a verification method for homeschool students without having to list a high school.
Timberline Ranch Homeschool Camp
Timberline Ranch in Maple Ridge, BC, Canada, offers a series of six one-day camps on consecutive Mondays, designed specially for homelearners aged 8-16, to give some new experiences and opportunities. Meet other homeschoolers, learn new skills, take on new challenges, and more! Daily activities include riding lessons, horsemanship, riflery, archery, climbing lessons, and group activities.

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