The Homeschool Alliance is the one-stop Internet community sandbox for home education. It’s about creating the homeschool life that takes all of you into account (your children, YOU, and even your spouse, if you have one). We’ll do it together, one month at a time, one subject or child at a time, making sure that you can see and measure your progress.

Parents have told us that the Homeschool Alliance is the best decision they've made for their homeschools.

Deanna says:

This is our first year of Brave Writer-ing this homeschool! First year I am not so burnt out that I don't want to get out of bed. Really. 7 years of homeschooling and this is a first. But, I was feeling a little sluggish and down.
DUH... I just need a break.
Apparently you can take a break without being totally and completely mentally and physically exhausted! You can! I can!
This is why Brave Writer is SO important. It is the answer to 'how to not hate writing.' But, moms! That is the tip of the iceberg. Down deep, under the surface, is how to not hate your life as a homeschool mom. Brave Writer has taught me grace in ALL things, patience, freedom to embrace the love of learning.

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November

"How to Homeschool so Kids will Listen (and Listen so Kids Will Learn)" 
Join us as we go "back to basics" with a parenting classic: How to Talk So Kids Will Listen & Listen So Kids Will Talk by Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish. Learn how to help your kids deal with their feelings and navigate the inherent conflict of needs that exists between us as parents and those endearing yet oh-so-frustrating young people that we care so deeply and passionately about.

December

"Partnering with Your Teens for a Great Future"
Join us for a conversation with Julie’s daughter Johannah Bogart. She comes to us as a certified life coach who works with young adults and creatives to help them break through their barriers to having the life they want. During December, Johannah will lead us in a discussion of how to “coach” our teens into a vision of a life they prefer. She’s got amazing tools and her own experiences (as a homeschooled person!) to share.


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