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Quick Start Homeschool: The Essential Homeschooling Start-Up Guide

Quick Start Homeschool: The Essential Homeschooling Start-Up Guide

Quick Start Homeschool: The Essential Homeschooling Start-Up Guide
Quick Start Homeschool: The Essential Homeschooling Start-Up Guide

Everything homeschoolers need to get started -- all in one place! Home of author Dr. Marie-Claire Moreau, Quick Start Homeschool helps beginners thru veteran homeschoolers by offering quick bites of information that families need now (without all of the "stuff" they'll learn later on their own). Free homeschooling information, feed, videos, and more. Helpful for beginners, those thinking of homeschooling, and homeschoolers of all levels of experience. Welcome to Quick Start Homeschool!

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  • When to start a transcript
    This is one in a 3-part series.  To view the next post, click HERE.] I’ll cut right to the chase.  The takeaway from this article is to start high school transcripts early.  And by early, I mean at the end of 8th grade or the beginning of 9th. Some of you planning-types may want to do … Read More →
    Sunday 15th of February 2015 09:06:00 AM
  • Creating a high school plan
    Ever traveled a road without a map?  For the adventurous, it can be a lot of fun.  On the other hand, without knowing where you’re headed, it can also be pretty scary, too. Homeschooling high school requires a road map, too.   In ©high schooling terms, we call this a “high school plan”. Creating and following a plan still means … Read More →
    Wednesday 11th of February 2015 09:05:59 AM
  • No Lesson Plans Needed — 100 ways learn without really trying
    Homeschool parents tend to overflow in the areas of creativity and resourcefulness.  It doesn’t take long before homeschoolers discover tons of neat, inexpensive ways to learn without really even trying. Should your family be running short on ideas, however, may I present my list of “100 Ways to Learn (without really trying)”?  Hopefully, you’ll find … Read More →
    Monday 8th of December 2014 09:05:57 AM
  • Meal Planning Printable Set
    Meal Planning Printable Set October 29, 2014 by QuickStartHomeschool Leave a Comment 8 How’d you like a pretty set of meal planners for the season? The basic foundation of a cryptocurrency transaction is via blockchain technology and can be further classified into public and private types. This categorization is based on who is authorized to participate in trade. … Read More →
    Wednesday 29th of October 2014 10:05:53 AM
  • Finding college scholarships
    So, you’re ready for college and the acceptance letters are starting to roll in.   Congratulations!  I’m sure you’ll rock it. Good vibes aside, how are you going to pay for it all?  Even after the federal grants come out and the work-study is distributed for the year, most families still have a “parent contribution” … Read More →
    Monday 25th of August 2014 09:58:06 AM
  • 5 Days of College-Prep High Schooling {series}
      If you’re preparing a high schooler for college, this is the series for you — well, actually for them.  Starting tomorrow, for the next five days, I’ll be sharing tips and information guaranteed to catch the attention of college admissions officers — and most likely, scholarship committees, too. Check out these topics, and get your … Read More →
    Sunday 20th of July 2014 09:58:05 AM
  • Teaching science the “cool” way!
    There is so much more to science than what kids read in books!  Though written material is great for learning principles, there comes a time in homeschool when parents must recognize that students need practice, too! Putting scientific ideas into practice means kids actually get to see science in action.  Performing hands-on investigations helps students do what scientists do.  There is just … Read More →
    Thursday 6th of March 2014 08:58:04 AM
  • Anatomy of a transcript
    This is part of my transcript series.  Click HERE for the previous post.  Click HERE for the next one.] I always suggest creating a one-page transcript.  Despite what you may read about running out of room, I have no trouble including everything I want to list on a single page, and still get a great-looking transcript.  I have had … Read More →
    Monday 17th of February 2014 09:05:58 AM
  • Chalkboard Chargers (a dollar store makeover)
    This project came about when I purchased a new table and wanted to protect the top.  I didn’t want to hide it under a tablecloth and I don’t like fabric placemats, so I was looking for another solution. While picking up greeting cards at the dollar store the other day, I noticed they had plastic chargers.  I picked up a half dozen … Read More →
    Wednesday 13th of November 2013 08:58:03 AM
  • Writing course descriptions for high school
    There is little dispute over the need for transcripts for homeschoolers.  It is widely understood that most colleges require them, most athletic organizations require them, most scholarship committees require them, and so on. But there is another document that is also important for high school record-keeping — a list of course descriptions.  I always  recommend creating … Read More →
    Thursday 5th of September 2013 09:58:02 AM

Recent News

  • When to start a transcript
    This is one in a 3-part series.  To view the next post, click HERE.] I’ll cut right to the chase.  The takeaway from this article is to start high school transcripts early.  And by early, I mean at the end of 8th grade or the beginning of 9th. Some of you planning-types may want to do … Read More →
    Sunday 15th of February 2015 09:06:00 AM
  • Creating a high school plan
    Ever traveled a road without a map?  For the adventurous, it can be a lot of fun.  On the other hand, without knowing where you’re headed, it can also be pretty scary, too. Homeschooling high school requires a road map, too.   In ©high schooling terms, we call this a “high school plan”. Creating and following a plan still means … Read More →
    Wednesday 11th of February 2015 09:05:59 AM
  • No Lesson Plans Needed — 100 ways learn without really trying
    Homeschool parents tend to overflow in the areas of creativity and resourcefulness.  It doesn’t take long before homeschoolers discover tons of neat, inexpensive ways to learn without really even trying. Should your family be running short on ideas, however, may I present my list of “100 Ways to Learn (without really trying)”?  Hopefully, you’ll find … Read More →
    Monday 8th of December 2014 09:05:57 AM
  • Meal Planning Printable Set
    Meal Planning Printable Set October 29, 2014 by QuickStartHomeschool Leave a Comment 8 How’d you like a pretty set of meal planners for the season? The basic foundation of a cryptocurrency transaction is via blockchain technology and can be further classified into public and private types. This categorization is based on who is authorized to participate in trade. … Read More →
    Wednesday 29th of October 2014 10:05:53 AM
  • Finding college scholarships
    So, you’re ready for college and the acceptance letters are starting to roll in.   Congratulations!  I’m sure you’ll rock it. Good vibes aside, how are you going to pay for it all?  Even after the federal grants come out and the work-study is distributed for the year, most families still have a “parent contribution” … Read More →
    Monday 25th of August 2014 09:58:06 AM
  • 5 Days of College-Prep High Schooling {series}
      If you’re preparing a high schooler for college, this is the series for you — well, actually for them.  Starting tomorrow, for the next five days, I’ll be sharing tips and information guaranteed to catch the attention of college admissions officers — and most likely, scholarship committees, too. Check out these topics, and get your … Read More →
    Sunday 20th of July 2014 09:58:05 AM
  • Teaching science the “cool” way!
    There is so much more to science than what kids read in books!  Though written material is great for learning principles, there comes a time in homeschool when parents must recognize that students need practice, too! Putting scientific ideas into practice means kids actually get to see science in action.  Performing hands-on investigations helps students do what scientists do.  There is just … Read More →
    Thursday 6th of March 2014 08:58:04 AM
  • Anatomy of a transcript
    This is part of my transcript series.  Click HERE for the previous post.  Click HERE for the next one.] I always suggest creating a one-page transcript.  Despite what you may read about running out of room, I have no trouble including everything I want to list on a single page, and still get a great-looking transcript.  I have had … Read More →
    Monday 17th of February 2014 09:05:58 AM
  • Chalkboard Chargers (a dollar store makeover)
    This project came about when I purchased a new table and wanted to protect the top.  I didn’t want to hide it under a tablecloth and I don’t like fabric placemats, so I was looking for another solution. While picking up greeting cards at the dollar store the other day, I noticed they had plastic chargers.  I picked up a half dozen … Read More →
    Wednesday 13th of November 2013 08:58:03 AM
  • Writing course descriptions for high school
    There is little dispute over the need for transcripts for homeschoolers.  It is widely understood that most colleges require them, most athletic organizations require them, most scholarship committees require them, and so on. But there is another document that is also important for high school record-keeping — a list of course descriptions.  I always  recommend creating … Read More →
    Thursday 5th of September 2013 09:58:02 AM

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