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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 submitting 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

Does your child have difficulty making and maintaining friends? Is he(she) shy or slow to warm up to people? Has your child been diagnosed with Asperger’s, AD/HD or ODD? Does he (she) often get into arguments with other children or with adults? Does your child have difficulty cooperating with the teacher during classroom activities? Is he (she) socially awkward, or does he (she) have trouble “reading” social cues? Some children need a little help learning social skills! Through a series of games, role-play, worksheets, videos, and projects, your child will enhance social skills and develop essential life strategies such as: • Greeting people, joining a group, and making conversation • Becoming a good listener • Nonverbal communication and body language • Good sportsmanship and teamwork • Using self-control and anger management • How to handle being teased • Encouraging positive actions and giving compliments • Performing nice gestures — they’re addictive! • Fostering positive traits like patience and honesty • Treating others with respect • Not talking about others behind their backs • Creating his (her) own identity and encouraging self-improvement • Feeling good about himself (herself) and improving their mood • Not letting the “little things” bring her down • Not being a complainer • Recognizing strengths and admitting weaknesses • Mindfulness and relaxation • Accomplishing goals

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