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Connecticut Homeschooling

Want to learn about homeschooling in Connecticut? You've come to the right place! We've gathered together some of the best resources, information sources, support groups, curriculum ideas, and practical hints that will help you make your decision to homeschool and to be successful at it. Here are answers to your questions:


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Stonington Vineyards
Stonington Vineyards is open to the public seven days a week. A visit can be fun and educational for the whole family. You may picnic in the vineyards, you bring the food and picnic blanket and they'll supply the wine chilled. Stroll in the vineyards and see the seasonal changes in the grape growing process. This vineyard is a real hands-on experience of a working farm winery.
Math Rider
MathRider combines fun math game play with a highly sophisticated question engine that adapts to your child. The game propels your child to mastery of all four math operations using numbers 0 to 12 in record time.
Peabody Museum of Natural History at Yale University
Located in New Haven, the Peabody Museum of Natural History features exhibits of Egyptian mummies, saber-toothed cats, dinosaurs, dioramas, special exhibits, and more.
Advantages and Disadvantages of Home Schooling
An honest look at the good and the bad of homeschooling.
Sidetracked Home Executive...In Touch Forum
Join the fun as sidetrackers from all over commune to help each other get organized. Along the way, we have a lot of laughs and make a lot of friends.

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