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Visit our homeschool support group pages to find online and local homeschool groups, co-ops, and micro-schools near you. What is a Homeschool Co-op? Sometimes homeschool support groups are also known as homeschool co-ops. These groups gather on a regular basis.

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Whether you find your homeschool community locally or virtually online, we believe that community is essential to homeschooling. We are excited to provide various resources, delightfully different curriculum, and support for homeschool families. Your Virtual Homeschool Group is a FREE Online Homeschool Group Specifically for Homeschool Families

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United States Homeschool Groups Resources and Support Groups. Discover homeschool groups near you with our extensive online homeschool group directory. AK.

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Homeschooling groups near you. More local groups. Homeschool Meetup of Pierce & Thurston County. 258 Homeschool Family Members. HEARTS Homeschool Group. 113 Homeschoolers. Sequoia Homeschool Enrichment Program. 58 Sequoia Homeschoolers. Homeschool Circle - Auburn. 36 Members. Largest Homeschooling groups. 1.

1. Local Support Group: Usually a nonprofit organization that supports homeschool families.
2. Homeschool Extracurricular Group: This is a specific kind of support group that focuses on a type of extracurricular activity, just for homeschoolers.
3. Virtual Group: Not an online school, but an online support group.
4. Minimal lessons available for grades 3-5.
5. Missing some key writing elements for elementary grades.
6. One of the higher priced online homeschool programs on this list.
7. Posting information about your co-op online
8. Sharing the details at your local churches, libraries, or community hubs
9. Distributing flyers or pamphlets
10. Speaking with everyone who seems like-minded or open to the idea of homeschooling

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The original and best database of homeschool organizations and support groups, arranged by state and country. Updated regularly. Submit an Organization! Get a free listing for your homeschool group. Link to Groups. Special Education - Foundations - Sports & Extracurriculars.

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Whether that community comes in the form of co-ops, extra-curricular-based activity homeschool groups, or state-based associations with online groups, the ability to ask questions and share experiences makes homeschooling feel less lonely. Choose a …

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Published: Jul 24, 2020
1. Bubble Co-Op. This first option is technically not online but may be appropriate for those living in places with less severe COVID restrictions and risk.
2. Zoom Classes and Games. If any in-person interaction is off the table for you, consider doing the same things as the bubble co-op, but through zoom meetings.
3. Private Facebook Groups. How about something for the homeschool moms, right?! You probably won’t get much from the Zoom calls, and trust me – you will need support as you go through the year.
4. OutSchool. Maybe you really want your kid to have the enrichment of co-op lessons…but you’re not really wanting to run a Zoom meeting for kids in order to contribute to the group??
5. Recess and Results. I actually just found out about this super unique and exciting option yesterday! It really took the sting out of quitting my co-op.
6. Virtual Homeschool Group. Virtual Homeschool Group is an established online homeschool co-op run by homeschoolers for homeschoolers. It is free to join, but there is an opportunity to make a donation.

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If you are not able to access the grades, please contact [email protected] for assistance. After December 15, the site will be closed down permanently and you will NOT have access to grades at all. We cannot afford to keep two servers up long term to continue hosting the old site. ALL AYOP CLASSES HAVE NOW BEEN MOVED to the

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The Washington Homeschool Organization (WHO) is a statewide, non-profit membership organization. Its mission is to serve the diverse interests of home-based instruction (the legal name for homeschooling) in Washington State. WHO is nonpartisan, nonsectarian, and non-discriminating in its views of homeschooling and participation in its activities.

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What Virtual Homeschool Group is About We are an online homeschool course co-op. Think of it as your local co-op gone electronic with no geographical borders. It is all-volunteer run and donation supported so that we can offer the classes tuition-free. We offer at your own pace and live online classes.

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As homeschoolers, we may want to do things our way, but we don’t always want to go it alone. Thankfully, there are plenty of ways for us to connect and one of my favorite ways is by joining Facebook groups for homeschoolers. In these groups, we can seek advice, get help, and grow friendships that wouldn’t be possible because of time or distance.

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1. Building Your Home School Network Idea #1: Find a local homeschool meetup group on Facebook. I cannot even tell you how many Facebook homeschool groups we belong to!
2. Building Your Home School Network Idea #2: Go to the park during “off hours.” OK, I see you rolling your eyes. “The park? REALLY? That’s your TIP?” And, yes.
3. Building Your Home School Network Idea #3: Join the YMCA (or a gym). Most YMCAs or gyms now have children’s rooms and even cheap and free children’s events and classes.
4. Building Your Home School Network Idea #4: Join homeschool classes. Many areas now offer a variety of homeschool classes and homeschool events. (And many are even free or really cheap!)
5. Building Your Home School Network Idea #5: Volunteer or help with a community project. Volunteering is a great way to meet other families with big hearts.
6. Building Your Home School Network Idea #6: Go to the library. No matter what time of day we go to the library, there are always kids there. ALWAYS. (And we have a small local library.)
7. Building Your Home School Network Idea #7: Join (or utilize) a church, temple, synagogue, mosque (etc.). Places of worship are great places for your kids to meet other kids — even if you’re not religious or don’t practice that religion.
8. Building Your Home School Network Idea #8: Frequent the children’s museum (and other museums and tourist destinations in your area). Regularly visit the children’s museum or local museums and attractions in your area.
9. Building Your Home School Network Idea #9: Join homeschool co op classes. If homeschool co-op classes or programs are available in your area, consider joining one (especially if it’s for social events or field trips).
10. Building Your Home School Network Idea #10: Host a book club (or other social club). If you can’t find a group, then start one! (Don’t be scared. In this social media age, gathering a group isn’t that hard!)

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What Virtual Homeschool Group is About. We are an online homeschool course co-op. Think of it as your local co-op gone electronic with no geographical borders. It is all-volunteer run and donation supported so that we can offer the classes tuition-free. We offer at your own pace and live online classes. Enrollment for all families will begin as

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A homeschool virtual group (HSVG) is an Internet-based support group for homeschoolers. HSVGs are run by an individual or group that is designed specifically for homeschool families. The group is typically established to benefit other homeschoolers utilizing a particular curriculum, resource, method of teaching, philosophy or some other commonality.

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You might also try contacting local homeschool support groups, churches, or libraries, crowdsourcing or searching on Facebook, and online searches. You can also find reviews of online courses at Cathy Duffy’s website. Lining up learning opportunities for your teen? There are even more course formats available at the high school level.

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Homeschool Group and Co-op Website Map. Select a state to see a listing of Homeschool Group and Co-op web sites.

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How do I start a homeschool group??

Step One: Figure out what kind of homeschool group you would like to start.

  • Local Support Group: Usually a nonprofit organization that supports homeschool families. ...
  • Homeschool Extracurricular Group: This is a specific kind of support group that focuses on a type of extracurricular activity, just for homeschoolers. ...
  • Virtual Group: Not an online school, but an online support group. ...

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What are the best online homeschooling programs??

Cons:

  • Minimal lessons available for grades 3-5.
  • Missing some key writing elements for elementary grades.
  • One of the higher priced online homeschool programs on this list.

How to start a homeschool group??

The group won’t form itself or grow unless you put some effort in spreading the word around by:

  • Posting information about your co-op online
  • Sharing the details at your local churches, libraries, or community hubs
  • Distributing flyers or pamphlets
  • Speaking with everyone who seems like-minded or open to the idea of homeschooling

How to find a homeschool group??

Homeschool support groups usually have regular meetings; whether park days, field trips, workshops, curriculum swaps, science fairs, performances, clubs, graduation ceremonies, or other types of events. You can typically find homeschool support groups on social media or by searching the web for “homeschooling in (your area).”.

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