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The most effective kind of education is that a child should play amongst lovely things.
Plato    

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Secular Homeschooling Magazine
Secular Homeschooling is a non-religious quarterly magazine that reflects the diversity of the homeschooling community. Its readers and writers are committed to the idea that religious belief is a personal matter rather than a prerequisite of homeschooling. This magazine is for any homeschooler, religious or not, who is interested in good solid writing about homeschooling and homeschoolers.
St. Louis Secular Homeschooler's Co-Op (STLhomeschool)
This list is the email loop for the St. Louis Secular Homeschooler's Co-Op in St. Louis, Missouri.
Thoughts on Protecting Children in Homeschooling Families
This article is the NHEN response to questions posed by the North Carolina Task Force of Child Fatalities.
Math Play: How Young Children Approach Math
Douglas H. Clements, PhD, and Julie Sarama, PhD
Mathematical experiences for very young children should build largely upon their play and the natural relationships between learning and life in their daily activities, interests, and questions.
Missouri LoggerRhythms
A database program for homeschool record keeping according to Missouri Law.

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