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Started by K. Last reply by Elizabeth Porter Mar 9, 2013.
Started by Sarah. Last reply by Shane Starr Dec 7, 2012.
Started by Kerry Logan. Last reply by Kerry Logan Jan 19, 2012.
Darn... I didn't realize this group was inactive until just now. Was wondering why I hadn't seen anything.Funny story - I got banned on a Christian homeschool forum a few days ago... ridiculous. I was pretty active too. I shared this megalist of creative writing prompts and in a few hours got banned because some of them weren't 'xtian.'F***ing get this, here is the prompt that pissed them off: "You are an angel and have been tasked with creating animals to populate the earth. You are called into God's ‘office.’ God wants to discuss your finished project… the platypus." There were over 300 creative prompts (link) and they decided this went against their religion?Trying to find some places other than secularhs and was hoping more ppl would be here.
I'm a tad confused. Oak meadows has the biblical history? Or?
Ryan, what grades and subjects?
Ryan it depends on whether you are looking for an all-in-one curriculum or don't mind piecing a curriculum together from multiple sources. Oak Meadow and K-12 are two secular all-in-one's. You can find lists of secular curriculum at Docs sunrise rants: http://docsdomain.net/blog/?page_id=711 and at Secularhomeschool.com
Where can I find an atheist style curriculum?
I thought some of you might be interested in a new political party that I am working with.
founded by atheists and views government policy from an atheist point of view. This view encompasses both a strict adherence to the Separation of Church and State& a reasoned, scientific approach to the solutions for other problems.
Don't you get funding in the states, June? Here in Alberta, Canada we get just over $700 per child in reimbursement on any school related expenses. Doesn't matter if you do "unschooling" or the credit route.
Anyway, we did both our boys from day one as well. They're both basically finished...our 18 year old is just doing some upgrading since he's still eligible for the aforementioned funding (as well as working part-time) and our 19 year old got on with a small drafting firm, taking the required education as he works and is loving it!
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