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South Carolina Homeschooling

You've found the best source of information on homeschooling in South Carolina. Look inside to find everything you need to successfully home educate your children, including state laws, support groups, information on homeschooling methods, ideas for special needs homeschooling, and much, much more!

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Start a Saints Club
Consider starting a Saints Club in your Parish or neighborhood. A Saints Club is a group of people who meet to discuss, study and imitate the lives of the Saints. Here are some ideas to get started.
Number Chants and Counting Songs: Teaching Early Mathematics Skills, Shapes, Money and Telling Time
A selection of songs and lyrics from a variety of different albums teaching how to count, recognize shapes, use the concept of zero, use units of measurement and money.
Math Essentials
This math program provides a math instruction system that gives students the best math preparation possible. There are workbooks and free online video lessons.
Knowledge Quest
Knowledge Quest offers historical outline maps and timelines designed for the interactive study of world history and geography.
Socialization: A Great Reason Not to Go to School
Karl M. Bunday
This "Learn in Freedom" article provides research supporting the positive socialization homeschooled children receive. Discusses research supporting the conclusion that homeschooled children have higher levels of self-esteem and communication skills, and fewer behavioral problems, than other children.

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