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    Kentucky Email Lists, Support Groups, Message Boards, Forums and Newsletters (N - Z)

    nkyhomelearners (NKY Home Learners) - NKY Home Learners is an inclusive, non-directed e-list for unschooling and homeschooling families in the Northern Kentucky area to communicate about weekly park/play days, Mom's nights out, and any other upcoming activities.

    Check out our growing Files, Links, and Calendar sections as well as our message archives for information about homeschooling/unschooling, KY state laws, and things to do in the area!

    To Subscribe, visit nkyhomelearners.

    nkyhomeschoolians (NKY Homeschoolians) - NKY Homeschoolians is a small, active group of elementary homeschooling families in the Northern Kentucky area with a focus on natural family living. We do not use or endorse any particular homeschooling curriculum or style. Most members use a mix of classical education, unschooling, Montessori, and Waldorf-inspired activities and curriculum.

    We have one regularly scheduled co-op/learning day each week on Fridays.

    The group is currently limited in size due to space constraints for weekly meetings. We will be accepting 1-2 new members at the beginning of the upcoming term. If you are interested in a group like this, please apply through "Join this Group" option. All potential members must try out a meeting before they are accepted. That way, you will know whether or not this group would be right for you.

    NOTE: for general information about homeschooling & starting to homeschool, please contact THINK.

    To Subscribe, visit nkyhomeschoolians.

    OCHE (Oldham Christian Home Educators) - Oldham Christian Home Educators (OCHE) is a Christian homeschool community based in Oldham County, Kentucky. In 1999, this Yahoogroups email list was formed to facilitate group communications, maintain relationships within the group, and encourage each other in our Christian homeschool journey.

    Guests and non-members of OCHE are welcome but are asked to respect that this list exists to maintain relationships and promote activities related only to OCHE and opportunities for homeschoolers in the Oldham County, Kentucky area and surrounding rural counties.

    To Subscribe, visit OCHE.

    ParentsHome (ParentsHome) - ParentsHome is a Fun Loving Supportive Group for Parents Who HomeSchool and/or have kids with special needs.

    I started this group for me and my daughter Megan, who has SID, bad eye vision, a weak immune system, APD, Dyspraxia, and EPP. EPP is genetic condition that causes all kinds of problems, one being that she in not able to go into the sun as it makes her very sick. You can read about it on her web page called Megans Heart.

    I also started a fund there for her and for other special needs kids you can ask me about it privately. You can read about her EPP condition and keep up to date on Megan, and donate to MegansHeart FUND there(if you want to donate, just click on the make a donation button) Feel free to take a look!

    We live in Lexington Ky, but Everyone from around the world are welcome to Join!

    Feel free to Share Stories, Recipes, Tips, Advice, Links and Chit Chat about anything! I have tons of Resources for HomeSchool Curriculum, Laws, Health Issues, and more! even have Recipes for kids with Food Allergies

    Create Kids Activities, Feild Trips, Put Together Homeschool Classes, Share Info on Classes and Curriculum. Please share your areas activities with the group. Make your Self at Home, Have Fun and Relax!

    After you subscribe please Introduce your self with the following info. Your name, If you Homeschool or not. If your kids are gifted or have health issues or not and what they are Please tell us a little about yourself so we can get to know you and help support you and your family

    Thank you! We look forward to having you in our family! Sarah, List Owner

    We only ask that everyone keep it clean! Nothing inappropriate, please be nice and respectful. NO SPAMMING! admin note: This Yahoo Group comes up as age restricted. It is a homeschool groups (as of 09/26/08)

    To Subscribe, visit ParentsHome.

    Richmond-KY_homeschoolers (Richmond, KY homeschoolers) - This is a group for anyone in the area around Richmond, Kentucky. If you are within driveing distance, you are welcome. We will have meetings, set up fieldtrips, trade lessons, and share tips and hints. Parents of any age children are welcome, and any religion. Whatever your reason for homeschooling, this group intends to lend you support.

    Starting in January (2003), We will start having meetings to discuss issues such as upcomeing fieldtrips. We are planning to meet in the old Unitarian Universalist church. We will be haveing a meeting the first Tuesday of every month. First meeting is on 1/6/03. If you need directions, email me at Even if you aren't planning on coming to the meetings, you can sign up to keep abreast of events. Everything discused in the meetings will be posted on the site within a week.

    To Subscribe, visit Richmond-KY_homeschoolers.

    RiverCity_Field_Trips (River City Homeschool Field Trip Group) - This group is for homeschooling families in the Louisville, Kentuckiana region.

    Would you like to take your classroom outside of the home? This is the place for your family! This group reaches out to all homeschoolers who are interested in participating in group trips and events.

    This group ONLY distributes mail from the moderators. The only mail sent is field trip/event related.

    For more information, visit River City Field Trips.

    To Subscribe, visit RiverCity_Field_Trips.

    SBHA (St. Benedict's Homeschool Association) - We are Catholic Homeschooling families in Kentucky. The member families of the St. Benedict Homeschool Association share their commitment to providing the highest quality education for our children.

    Our first goal is to help our members build holy lives through prayer with and for our fellow members and through participation in the sacraments, traditions, and teaching magisterium of the Roman Catholic Church.

    Our second goal is to provide fellowship and encouragement, and our third goal is to share knowledge and resources among our members.

    Our final goal is to work to continue the freedom of parents to homeschool. Benefits of membership in SBHA include:

    • A shared list of members to encourage mutual support and fellowship
    • Faith-building and faith-sharing activities
    • Occasional meetings for sharing challenges and information
    • Coordinated field trips
    • Curriculum, information, and resource sharing
    • Educational issues and techniques discussions

    Educating your children at home is a great adventure, but it can be intimidating to “go it alone.” Look to SBHA to help you get started and to give you encouragement and support your need to do what’s best for your family.

    We Welcome You

    Our member families believe that Jesus Christ is the Word of God made flesh…“through whom all things were made.” We believe that Jesus Christ, therefore, is the originator and revealer of all knowledge. So, while we are happy to share information which could be helpful to any homeschooling parent, our approach is most definitely Christ-centered. As Roman Catholics, we adhere to the teaching Magisterium of the Roman Catholic Church and pledge obedience to the successor of St. Peter, Our Holy Father Pope Benedict XVI.

    To Subscribe, visit SBHA.

    SCHE-KY - SHELBY COUNTY HOME EDUCATORS OF KENTUCKY [SCHE-KY] is a list for Christian Homeschoolers in the Shelby County, Kentucky and surrounding areas. Many of us belong to the larger group in Louisville but have expressed a desire to meet and fellowship with other families locally in between times. It’s finally here! On this list we’ll post local gym days, field trips, playgroups, co-op opportunities, homeschool ideas, questions, prayer requests and discuss issues related to homeschool families. Spamming will not be permitted and attachments are not allowed. This list includes many denominations of Christians and is not a place for doctrinal debate. It is a place to build one another up in our efforts to teach our children in Christian homes. For your privacy, membership will be restricted. Active members only may post.

    To Subscribe, visit SCHE-KY.

    SPCHE (Spencer County Home Educators (SPCHE)) - The Spencer County Home Educators of KY (SPCHE - KY) is a Christian homeschool support group intended to keep the lines of communication open for families who homeschool in Spencer County, Kentucky and surrounding areas. We hope to bring homeschooling families together, and provide a forum to let everyone know about local fieldtrips and events, support group meetings, and facilitate member discussions about homeschooling issues that may affect us as a group or individually. This homeschooling group is Christ-centered and Spirit-led, so that we can encourage and educate one another in ways approved by God. Homeschooling can be a hard race to run! But together we can ease each others' burdens with advice, information, resources, fellowship and prayer. To Him be the glory as we press on to develop our children into the people they were meant to be.

    To Subscribe, visit SPCHE.

    Tri-State Homeschoolers Facebook Page - Tri-State has been providing support, information and activities for homeschoolers in the Greater Huntington WV area for over 20 years!

    Visit our Tri-State Homeschoolers website.

    For more information, visit Tri-State Homeschoolers Facebook Page.

    WKyCoopHS (W Ky Cooperative Homeschoolers) - This is a homeschool support group for families in and around Western KY. We welcome families from all walks of life. No matter the reason you chose to homeschool, the only requirement we have is love for your children.

    Visit our website at Western KY Cooperative Homeschoolers

    We are affiliated with the tri-county Co-op and you will be able to find out more information pertaining to the learning Co-op as soon as it is available.

    To Subscribe, visit WKyCoopHS.

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B Is For Bluegrass
A Kentucky Alphabet
by Riehle
From A to Z, McCabe Riehle's rhyming verse and interesting sidebar text will impart unique facts about Kentucky's spirited heritage, while Wes Burgiss' colorful illustrations are the next best thing to actually spending a week or two exploring the great state yourself.

Kids Love Kentucky
A Parent’s Guide to Exploring Fun Places in Kentucky With Children

by George Zavatsky, Michele Zavatsky
The updated KIDS LOVE KENTUCKY guidebook has many enhancements making it very user-friendly. There are more detailed regional maps, new and enhanced descriptions, and more listings with domain websites. All the listings have been kid-tested and the new descriptions include great hints on what kids (ages 2-15) like best!

The Successful Homeschool Family Handbook
A Creative And Stress-Free Approach to Homeschooling

by Dorothy Moore
If you are thinking about homeschooling, or are struggling with a educational homeschooling curriculum that is difficult to use, let Dr. Ray and Dorothy Moore show you how to make homeschooling an easy-to-live-with family adventure in learning. This low-stress, low-cost program shows you how to build a curriculum around your child's needs and interests - and around a realistic family schedule.

Kentucky Bird Watching
A Year-Round Guide

by Bill Thompson III
The birds that frequent the backyards of Kentucky differ from the birds that frequent the backyards of Tennessee. In addition to unique descriptions, each bird profile includes a range map to identify each bird's North American distribution. One hundred birds are profiled, each with a color photograph, to ensure accurate identification.

Hiking Kentucky
A Guide to Kentucky’s Greatest Hiking Adventures

by Michael H. Brown
From old country roads to dense forest paths, Kentucky boasts more than 1,500 miles of marked and maintained trails. Author Michael Brown describes seventy-nine of his favorite hikes, from 1-mile nature trails to multiday backpacks.

The Teenage Liberation Handbook
How to Quit School and Get a Real Life and Education
by Grace Llewellyn
For everyone who has ever gone to school or is interested in the current national debate over educational reforms, but it is especially relevant for teenagers and the parents or caregivers of teens.

Wildflowers and Ferns of Kentucky
by Thomas G. Barnes
Kentucky is situated at a unique biological and geographical crossroads in North America. As a result, citizens and visitors to the state are greeted by an astonishing variety of magnificent wildflowers. This nontechnical guide is the indispensable guide to the most common species of wildflowers and ferns in the Commonwealth.

Better Late Than Early
A New Approach to Your Child’s Education
by Raymond S. Moore
Raymond & Dorothy Moore spent years investigating the results of early education. They examined other studies and did their own studies. They found that in the early years, up to somewhere around ages 8 to 10, it is best for children to be at home in a loving and supportive environment. They found that children who are kept home until they are ready for school quickly catch up with the early starters.

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