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New Mexico Homeschooling

The number of homeschooling families in the United States is growing every year. Many parents in New Mexico have chosen this path as well. If you have questions about homeschooling in New Mexico, need a support group, or simply want more information and ideas, you've come to the right place. We've compiled the best of the resources available on the Internet to give you a primary source of New Mexico homeschooling information.


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Children do not need to be made to learn about the world, or shown how. They want to, and they know how.
John Holt    

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Bethlehem Books
Bethlehem Books is a small, home grown publishing company dedicated to restoring to children and families a treasury of wholesome, character-building literature.
Catholic Rubber Stamps
Catholic Rubber Stamps offers rubber stamps, kits, activity ideas, and more.
Handbook of Nature Study
Based on Charlotte Mason's method of education, this website offers ideas and resources for incorporation nature study into your homeschool.
Socialization: Tackling Homeschooling’s “S” Word
Bridget Bentz Sizer
The mainstream perception of homeschool students is that they are an antisocial bunch, toiling away lonely hours at a kitchen table with only their parents for friends. But homeschoolers themselves will tell you that socialization—the “S-word,” as some call it—is really a nonissue.
Field Trip Report Form
This handy printable form lets your child record a written record of your field trip visit.

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