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    Bellevue Offutt Homeschool Group (BOHG) - Bellevue Offutt Homeschool Group is open to all homeschooling families who live in Bellevue and the surrounding Nebraska/Iowa area.

    You can find out what's going on around the Omaha Metro and surrounding area, as well as learn information about our field trips, lending library, mom's nights out,our group co-op and our monthly meetings.

    For more information on membership in our group please use our Contact Page.

    To Subscribe, visit Bellevue Offutt Homeschool Group.

    Catholic Homeschool Association of Omaha (catholic_homeschool_association_of_omaha) - A place for members of the Catholic Homeschool Association of Omaha to share news and information.

    To Subscribe, visit catholic_homeschool_association_of_omaha.

    Charlotte Mason Friends in Nebraska (Charlotte_Mason_Friends_in_Nebraska) - This group is to find other homeschoolers that are interested or are using the Charlotte Mason or Ambleside style learning in their homeschool for those families in the state of Nebraska. Not everyone in the group will be strict CM/AO users, but we will be suportive of each other and help each other to use CM/AO methods in our homeschooling environment; it will be a place to share ideas and experiences, ask questions, or learn from others.

    We welcome those new and veteran users of CM; but most of us will fall somewhere in the middle of it. Our hope is for this group to also become a place to find other CM homeschoolers in your area and possibly meet for Nature Walks and the like.

    To Subscribe, visit Charlotte_Mason_Friends_in_Nebraska.

    Cub Scout Pack 26 (Cub_Scout_Pack_26) - Cub Scout Pack 26 in Omaha, Nebraska, Mid-America Council BSA. For Home School Cubs, 1st through 5th grades.

    To Subscribe, visit Cub_Scout_Pack_26.

    Homeschool Friends in Nebraska (Homeschool_Friends_in_Nebraska) - Welcome Homeschool Friends in Nebraska. We are an all-inclusive group open to all homeschooling familes and those interested in learning about homeschooling. Purpose to share homeschooling information, online support, websites and links. Please avoid religious or political issues; they never go well.

    To Subscribe, visit Homeschool_Friends_in_Nebraska.

    Lincoln Homeschoolers Field Trips (LincolnHomeschoolersfieldtrips) - This is a group for Homeschoolers in the Lincoln, NE area who want to get out for some fun field trips. We'll aim for one organized trip a month and ultimately each month a different person will volunteer to coordinate, so no one should get burned out!

    To Subscribe, visit LincolnHomeschoolersfieldtrips.

    Midwest Christian Moms of Many (Midwest-CMOM) - I am a Christian mom who just move to Fort Wayne, IN on June 2 2006. For the previous 7 years our family lived in SE Iowa. We have 6 children ages 3-14 years old. Having a large family is a blessing. Yet in this day and age it is challenging. Any mom in Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Wisconsin, Nebraska, Minnesota, and Northern Missouri with 4 or more children living at home is welcome here. We will discuss household organization, homeschooling ideas, frugal living tips, child training, Christian living, modesty, and general encouragement. I want this to be a list where friendships are made and encouragement and prayer for one another is priority.

    For more information, visit

    To Subscribe, visit Midwest-CMOM.

    Nebraska Christian Home Educators Association (NCHEA) - Encouraging and supporting Christian families who educate their children at home.

    For more than 20 years, NCHEA has been serving homeschool families in Nebraska. We are excited that you have joined us on this exciting road of Christian home education. Our goal is to provide the encouragement and support YOU need to help take your children where GOD wants them to go. Just some of the things we do for you is provide:

    Newsletters full of information and practical ideas.

    An annual conference and curriculum fair with national experts and vendors.

    Legislative oversight to keep you informed on the issues that impact your family.

    A speakers bureau for your support group or civic group to help educate others about homeschooling.

    For more information, visit NCHEA.

    Nebraska Secular Home Educators (NESHE) - Our secular homeschooling families share the workload of making our group an awesome experience for everyone. We have regular field trips for all age ranges, regular "moms only" events, a very active online discussion board & much more! Our message forum includes a public discussion area for everyone, where discussions about the logistics of homeschooling in Nebraska as well as area homeschool resources are available for anyone to participate in. Our private NESHE forum hosts "members only" discussions focusing on secular (non-religious) homeschooling & families, event planning, & many other topics. This area is accessible once your application to join NESHE is approved. Please contact us with any questions or if you would like more information, we look forward to getting to know your family! ~Happy Homeschooling!

    Areas Served: Douglas County (NE), Sarpy County (NE), Pottawattamie County (IA), Omaha (NE), Bellevue (NE), Offutt Air Force Base (NE), Council Bluffs (IA) Elkhorn (NE), Plattsmouth (NE) and all surrounding rural and Metro of the Omaha/Council Bluffs area.

    For more information, visit NESHE or email

    North Platte Area Home Educators (NPAHE) - NPAHE was created as an area-wide forum to exchange information between Christian homeschoolers in the Lincoln County area. NPAHE helps to link area-wide homeschooling associations, support groups and homeschooling individuals to ensure that information is easily shared. Please note: NPAHE is open to and welcomes all homeschoolers. However, those in leadership rolls must agree with our by-laws.

    The goals of NPAHE are to support our members in their homeschooling endeavors, to offer activities in which our individual homeschools cannot provide, and to present a positive presence in the community. With blessings, NPAHE Board of Directors

    To Subscribe, visit NPAHE.

    Sioux Falls Homeschool Group (SiouxFallsHomeschoolGroup) - Home Schoolers of the Sioux Falls Area, Sioux Empire, come chat with us about everything related to homeschooling. Meet other homeschoolers in your area, learn more about laws and activities in South Dakota and surrounding areas, and chat about everything else under the sun related to homeschoolers. This group is for everyone who homeschools in the Sioux Falls area but anyone across the state as well as those in Minnesota, Iowa, and Nebraska who could benifit from activities in this area. Also open to homeschoolers who don't live in the area but find our conversations riviting none the less.

    Everyone mind your manners, say your sorry if you blow it, uses kind words and no inappropriate language. I am not resposible, legally or otherewise for anything that happens here.

    To Subscribe, visit SiouxFallsHomeschoolGroup.

    Thomas Jefferson Education in Nebraska (TJEd_Friends_in_Nebraska) - This group is for those of us who are making the transition (or learning about making it) from the "one size fits all" style of education and into the world of mentoring our own children and students. The purpose of this group is to find other educators that are interested in or are using TJEd-style learning in/near Nebraska. Whether you are new to TJEd, a seasoned veteran or simply exploring your options, you are welcome! This will be a place to post announcements, make connections and build community. Please note that there is a non-regional general discussion group with hundreds of TJEd practitioners where you can post questions and learn from the experience of others from a variety of backgrounds. You are encouraged to sign up for this list to benefit from and/or participate in discussion: TJEd MUSE.

    To Subscribe, visit TJEd_Friends_in_Nebraska.

    Unschooling Nebraska (UnschoolingNE) - This list is a place for Nebraska unschoolers to get together and discuss unschooling ideas. Unschooling is about not creating a miniature school inside your home. You are free to learn and live as a family. As a family, you are free to choose how that looks in your individual home. You are *Mom*, not the *teacher*. Dad is not the *principal*, he is the dad. Unschooling is living life, not dividing *life* up into compartments such as math, science, social studies, etc.

    Unschooling is *not* a hands-off type of parenting or living. If you are coming to this from conventional parenting it can be a leap of faith. Faith that your child *will* learn without being forced, and at his own individual pace. Unschooling can question some traditional thoughts that usually don't get questioned in other circles. Such as learning without a curriculum, treating children with kindness, respect and dignity, modeling our interactions with them the way we'd like them to interact with others. Trusting your child's natural ability to learn can have wonderful benefits. It is a enjoyable journey and if you think this sounds appealing to you, join us.

    To Subscribe, visit UnschoolingNE.

    Venturing Crew 26 (Venturing_Crew_26) - Venturing Crew 26 is in the Omaha, Nebraska area, Mid-America Council BSA. For young adults in the Home School community, who are 14 and have completed the 8th grade, through 20 years old. Crew 26 is chartered by The Gardener Home School Association.

    Crew 26 offers a high adventure based program yet supports members in all areas of Venturing: Outdoors, Sports, Arts & Hobbies, and Religious Life.

    To Subscribe, visit Venturing_Crew_26.

    Western Region Unschoolers (WesternRegionUnschoolers) - A group for unschoolers that want more time to play with friends in the Western U.S. covering: Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexico, Idaho, Utah, Arizona, Alaska, Washington, Oregon, Nevada, and California. This is a forum to organize some travel, camping, and other places to get together. Created by unschoolers living in the Western Region of the U.S. who attended the Live & Learn Unschooling Conference.

    To Subscribe, visit WesternRegionUnschoolers.

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Colleges That Change Lives: 40 Schools That Will Change the Way You Think About Colleges
by Loren Pope
Updated version of Pope’s classic Colleges That Change Lives: 40 Schools You Should Know About Even If You’re Not a Straight-A Student.

A Charlotte Mason Companion
Personal Reflections on the Gentle Art of Learning

by Karen Andreola
This is a beautifully written and thorough introduction to the Charlotte Mason philosophy. What makes Karen Andreola's book so magnificent is that she not only tells you what to do and how to do it, she tells you WHY!!!

Homeschooling and the Voyage of Self-Discovery
by David H. Albert
Are children empty boxes into which we pour knowledge and wisdom? Or are they naturally predisposed to acquire these things? David H. Albert presents a collection of articles laden with gems, -including the single most important lesson to teach a child.

Homeschooling More Than One Child
A Practical Guide for Families

by Carren W. Joye
Here’s a book that addresses the special challenges of homeschooling two or more children for parents just starting to homeschool and veterans desiring fresh ideas. This sensible guide offers practical ideas on balancing the needs of different ages and abilities, juggling multiple commitments, choosing or designing a curriculum to fit each child, finding socialization opportunities that appeal to all ages, and more!

Deschooling Gently
by Tammy Takahashi
Deschooling Gently will help you whether you are new to homeschooling, or if you are experienced, but are in need of new approaches. Discover the best way to educate your children at home, not through rote process, but by learning how to find the answer within yourself.

Christian Unschooling
Growing Your Children in the Freedom of Christ

by Teri J. Brown, Elissa M. Wahl
Utilizes the essays of Christian, unschooling parents from across the United States and Canada to reveal a new way of homeschooling-one that is respectful of the child, the parents and the way God created children to be.

The Complete Home Learning Source Book
The Essential Resource Guide for Homeschoolers, Parents, and Educators Covering Every Subject from Arithmetic to Zoology

by Rebecca Rupp
This ambitious reference guide lives up to its name. Practically three inches thick--and we're not talking large print here--it's packed with titles, ordering information, and Web site addresses. From where to send away for a kit to make your own Chilean rain stick to how to order a set of Elizabethan costume paper dolls, the book connects families to a world of learning possibilities. Book titles, short synopses, authors' names, publishers, and years of print make up the bulk of the guide.

Home Learning Year by Year
How to Design a Homeschool Curriculum from Preschool Through High School

by Rebecca Rupp
A structured plan to ensure that your children will learn what they need to know when they need to know it, from preschool through high school. Based on the traditional pre-K through 12th-grade structure.

Homeschool Your Child For Free
More than 1,200 Smart, Effective, and Practical Resources for Home Education on the Internet and Beyond

by LauraMaery Gold
For Families Who Want to Splurge on Education but Scrimp on Spending.

Catholic Homeschool Companion
by Maureen Whitmann, Rachel Mackson
CHC gives its readers a variety of homeschooling methods along with a great wealth of resources, information, inspiration, and support.

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