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As homeschooling families and as Christians, we have much to be thankful for. We have the privilege to teach our children in conversations throughout the entire day. We can focus on teaching and modeling for our children a personal relationship with God and explore His world as we help shape our children's worldview.
 
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BJU Press Homeschool’s Focus on Fives provides age-appropriate introductions to handwriting, phon-ics, reading, science, and social studies. Students will enjoy many activities that build a solid founda-tion for reading including teaching reading strategies, phonemic awareness, and even listening and speaking strategies! Focus on Fives is available as parent-led kit or as a video course. Here are some tips for managing all the little parts and pieces if you decide to supplement your teaching with the Focus on Fives phonics charts.
 
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Resources to help your 4-year-old learn through engaging activities and discovery. At four years old, your child’s face fills with excitement as he discovers the moon in the night sky. He giggles when he is able to pull the zipper up on his jacket. Your child’s brain has formed connections leading to increased dexterity and inquisitive nature. Each new day is met with enthusiasm as he anticipates what new discovery awaits. What an opportune time to build treasured memories together as you engage in fun, interactive, and enriching activities!
 
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The goal of Pathways for Preschool is to cultivate your child’s love for learning. With the flexibility of choosing the order and amount of activities, you can adapt your teaching to meet the needs, abilities, and developmental level of your child. With this flexibility, you can also take advantage of “teachable moments” to naturally expand your child’s interests and knowledge.   Pathways for Preschool brings you and your child together for simple, fun, and purpose-filled hands-on learning!
 
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In 2006, when we first moved to Ohio, I was asked if I would homeschool my children. My answer was a shocked, "NO!" There was no way I was going to home school. In fact, the thought really never entered my mind! 

 
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Thankfully, the requirements to homeschool in Tennessee are minimal compared to some states, but some laws regulate homeschooling in our state. I’m going to briefly tell you a little bit about the requirements, and I’ll add some links if you’d like to research further. I’m also going to tell you about some wonderful opportunities we have here in Tennessee to keep lifelong learning an enjoyable experience for you and your children!
 
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I am not a native Texan, but as the saying goes, I got here as fast as I could. As a family, we have been blessed to spend the past ten years of our homeschooling adventure in one of the nation's most homeschool-friendly states. It is estimated that Texas leads the United States with over one-hundred-fifty thousand homeschooling families.

 
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Homeschooling in West Virginia can be a great experience! There are moderate regulations by the state, but it is relatively easy to comply! West Virginia compulsory school age begins with the school year that your student has turned six before July 1, or after enrolling in a public kindergarten program. If you live in West Virginia, you have two avenues to legally homeschool.
 
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To begin homeschooling in Arkansas, the only thing a parent (or legal guardian) is required to do is to fill out and submit a Notice of Intent (NOI). This can be done online or by printing out the paper form and taking it to the school. Arkansas requires the NOI to be submitted if the student has turned 5 by August 1st of that school year. If you choose to wait until your child is 6 to start kindergarten, you must fill out a waiver form stating that you are not starting him or her that year.
 
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Homeschooling in Arizona has a long and rich history. It started with the requirement that homeschooling had to be done by a competent teacher. At the beginning a competent teacher was undefined, but later became defined as a certified teacher. This meant that if a family wanted to homeschool, one of the parents had to become a certified teacher. From this definition, the law eventually changed to the requirement that the parent had to pass the Arizona Teacher Proficiency Examination to homeschool. In addition to the parent requirement, the homeschool student had the requirement of taking a standardized test to prove they were learning. All of this changed between 1995 and 1999. Through the efforts of Arizona Families for Home Education the law for homeschooling in Arizona is one of the friendliest and best in the nation.
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Abbie Knott

My name is Abbie Knott. I’ve been married to my husband, Michael, for 11 years, and we have four children: Emma (10), Callie (8), Gabriel (5), and Regan (3). I’m a second-generation homeschooler and the oldest of six. I loved being homeschooled. My mom (and dad) gave us a comprehensive, well-rounded education...
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My name is Anna Witt. My family and I live outside of Palmer, in the beautiful Matanuska-Susitna Valley in Southcentral Alaska. We enjoy the rugged landscape of the Talkeetna Mountains, the midnight sun, and the northern lights. I met my husband, Casey, while he was on a fishing trip to Alaska, and we look forward to celebrating our 15th anniversary in 2020...
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Cassandra lives in Southeastern Ohio, in New Concord, just an hour east of Columbus. She graduated from Maranatha Baptist Bible College with a bachelor's degree in nursing. While in college, she met her husband, Michael. She has been married for 25 years, serving alongside him for 18 years as he pastors Lighthouse Baptist Church...
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Jessie Johns has lived in the sunny state of Florida since she was two years old. She graduated from Florida International University with a bachelor's degree in psychology and worked in the childcare industry for ten years. In 1996, she married her wonderful husband, Billy, and they have been married for 23 years...
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Megan Hutson is a homeschool graduate from Houston, Texas! She grew up using BJU Press Homeschool materials from the time she was in kindergarten until she graduated high school. During her junior and senior years of high school, Megan also took several dual credit classes at San Jacinto College...
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