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Homeschooling the Only Child – An iHN iHomeschool Hangout!

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This Thursday I’ll be participating in a Google+ Hangout on the topic of Homeschooling the Only Child. If you’ve never stopped by the iHN Hangouts that happen each week, you should check it out.

Every Thursday afternoon at 2:00 EST we focus on a different topic. Different homeschool mom bloggers make up the discussion group each week and it’s fun to see the various perspectives on topics.

If you are the parent of an only (whether you homeschool or not!), check out my Pinterest board dedicated to Only Children.

I also have an entire page dedicated to books and other online resources for parents of only children.

Homeschooling the Only Child – An iHN iHomeschool Hangout!

 

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Sallie-Schaaf-Borrink-060313-B-250x250I'm Sallie, teacher by training and now homeschooling mom of Caroline. My passion is to provide products, encouragement, and information that helps others discover and do what works with their children. I also write about living a cozy life as a highly introverted person. Welcome! ♥

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