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If you know a homeschooling resource that is under one of the following categories, please submit the resource so that other homeschoolers can find it! (Plus you'll get a super awesome gift for submit a resource).

  • Academic enrichment (academic classes, tutoring, testing, etc.)

  • Arts opportunities (art, music, theater, etc)

  • Convention/Conference

  • Christian Book Store

  • Job or Volunteer Opportunity for Homeschool Students

  • Local Homeschool Co-op

  • Local Homeschool Group

  • Local Christian Group

  • Online Homeschool Group (for a Specific Locale)

  • Other Homeschooling Event

  • Outdoors (clubs, groups, events, etc)

  • Resource

  • Sports

  • State Organization

 

Some of the major reasons for joining a co-op or homeschool group near you include:

  • Academic advice, support, diversity or expertise in teaching

  • Socialization opportunities with same-age peers

  • Exposure to curricula, resources, and ideas from other homeschoolers

  • Structure and direction for the homeschool

  • Extra-curricular activity options

  • Emotional support from other homeschoolers

  • Social networking

  • “Traditional” schooling benefits such as experiencing a classroom setting, diplomas, dances such as prom, and graduation ceremonies

 

In addition to the groups and state resources listed in our local homeschool database (find them by clicking your state below and use the submenu to navigate to specific types of groups/activities), there are many other ways to find community as a homeschooler.

 

Maybe the type of community you are looking for doesn’t exist in your area and you are thinking about starting your own co-op—once you have all of the necessary requirements, submit your local homeschooling group to our database so people near you can find your new co-op or homeschooling group!

 

Whether you are an introvert or extrovert, whether you live in a city or rural area, whether your kids are just hitting school age or about to graduate, there is homeschooling encouragement and support to be found in community.

Unstructured child-driven play has been identified as an essential tool in developing a young person’s confidence, building character, developing self-control and improving their ability to communicate and connect with those around them. Physical play helps children develop motor skills, body awareness, confidence, and self-management; Intellectual interaction and opportunities build imagination, concentration, problem solving, and reasoning skills; Social interactions with other children help to develop empathy and kindness, as well as communication and conflict resolution skills; Emotional interactions increases resiliency, self-awareness, emotional regulation, and expression.At Kids Wonder we invite you to “Enjoy the Wonder of Simple Play!” Kids Wonder values quality time spent climbing, exploring, pretending, jumping, giggling, and enjoying childhood. Remember that “Play is our favorite way of learning”, we sincerely invite you to experience the value of true play.

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