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West Virginia Homeschooling

Are you a parent considering homeschooling your child? Are you an experienced homeschooler looking for more support and ideas? Are you looking for information you can use to convince others that home education is a great choice for your family? You'll find answers to all your questions right here! Especially designed for homeschoolers in West Virginia, our website has the best resources, information, support, and ideas.


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God made the Idiot for practice, and then He made the School Board.
Mark Twain   

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Play to Learn - Numbers and Counting
Here are some helpful activities to learn number recognition, counting and writing for your preschooler.
Preschool Math Idea
The best way for preschoolers to learn math is through lots of fun and creative games that let them explore and discover new concepts about the world of numbers.
Is Homeschooling Right for You?
Karla Kassebaum
The decision-making process to homeschool a child is daunting. If the child presently attends public school, it’s more intimidating. Many people eagerly voice their opinions on home-based education and at times, the debate is heated. However, according to the National Home Education Research Institute, significant growth has transpired in the past three to five years with the homeschool population in 2010 reaching 2.4 million students. But is it right for you? If you are considering a home-based education for your child, here are a few things to consider as you begin your decision-making process.
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Ritchie County Home Educators (RCHE)
Christian homeschool support group for families in the Ritchie County area. Offers children's activities, field trips, park days, and more.

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