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    Homeschool Flying In Michigan - This is a list for Home Schooling moms in Michigan who would like support and encouragement in home schooling and home organization. We will also be sharing information and events in various areas. If you would like to encourage fellow flybabies or receive encouragement by sharing tips to help each get more organized, recipe swap, and any and all areas that affect the stay-at-home mom who home schools. I pray this will be a place of warmth where friendships are developed or deepened. So, please make yourself at home. Please respect each other and refrain from debating. Christian beliefs are welcome here, so if that will offend you, this is not the group for you.

    To Subscribe, visit Homeschool Flying In Michigan.

    Homeschool Hub - The Homeschool HUB is a non-profit educational organization located in Niles, Michigan created to serve the needs of Michiana's homeschool community and now aiming to reach out to the national homeschool community. One of our purposes is to function as a central "hub" for collecting and sharing information pertinent to education at home.

    The Homeschool HUB organizes enrichment programs, volunteer opportunities and field trips, and provides a communication network among homeschool families in the Michiana area. We are an inclusive organization; our goal is to provide opportunities for all homeschoolers to share educational resources and knowledge, and to enjoy each other's company in enriching group activities.

    To learn more, visit The Homeschool Hub - Michiana's Homeschool Resource.

    Homeschoolers United, Inc. (homeschoolhub) - Homeschoolers United is a group of homeschoolers in southwest Michigan and northern Indiana that are starting a new kind of homeschool group. We are a non-profit corporation with a mission to be an information clearinghouse for local homeschool groups and individual homeschoolers, and to provide a place for meetings and enrichment opportunites. We want to bring the local homeschool community closer, sharing activities and resources. This list is just part of our group. We also have an offline support group that meets for social time, fun activities and learning experiences. We have a physical location called the Homeschool HUB, or Homeschoolers United Building located in Niles, Michigan. Welcome to our list! We have open membership, anyone may join. After clicking on the join link and following the yahoo procedures, send an e-mail message describing yourself and your connection to homeschooling to the list so we may all get to know you and you family. Current, former and prospective homeschoolers are welcome. After joining you may read our Statement of Purpose in the files section to learn more about us. If you are interested in joining our offline group look in the files section on "How to become member of the Homeschool HUB."

    For more information, visit The Homeschool Hub - Michiana's Homeschool Resource.

    To Subscribe, visit Homeschoolers United, Inc..

    Homeschoolers of Washtenaw (H_O_W) - Welcome! H_O_W is an inclusive group for homeschooling and unschooling families in Washtenaw County, Michigan and surrounding areas.

    Our group mission statement is to respect all opinions, celebrate the diversity of our members and help enrich the homeschooling community by creating educational and social opportunities in the area as well as being an online forum for homeschoolers to discuss any topic of interest.

    We generally get together for fun activities once a week, and all members are invited to plan and announce activities at any time. H_O_W offers social and educational activities and support for homeschoolers. Some current activities include park days, bowling, and Moms night out.

    To Subscribe, visit Homeschoolers of Washtenaw.

    HSB Connections - HSB Connections moderates an EMail Digest for the West Michigan home school community. We send out notices of information, activities and events that are of interest and value to the home school families on our list. This information is also posted to the Home School Building Connections webpage at HSB Connections.

    To Subscribe, visit HSB Connections.

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A History of the Wolverine State

by Willis F. Dunbar
Michigan : A History of the Wolverine State lies somewhere between a textbook and a more casual non-fiction text, with copious endnotes for the historian, yet a clear, flowing style for the casual reader. It would serve as an excellent text for a college course on the subject..

Homeschool Your Child For Free
More than 1,200 Smart, Effective, and Practical Resources for Home Education on the Internet and Beyond

by LauraMaery Gold
For Families Who Want to Splurge on Education but Scrimp on Spending.

Michigan Family Field Trips
Fun Sites for Kids
by Ellyce Field
Ellyce Field explores 60 sites and includes restaurant suggestions for family-run establishments wherever possible, many of them with kids' menus. Michigan Family Field Trips is divided into four color-coded sections: southeastern Michigan, Mid-Michigan, Western Michigan, and Northern Michigan and the Upper Peninsula.

The First Year of Homeschooling Your Child
Your Complete Guide to Getting Off to the Right Start
by Linda Dobson
This book is so down to earth that it will put anyone at ease, and the advice she and the many other homeschoolers give is so practical.

Michigan (Hello USA series)
by Dan Filbin
An introduction to the land, history, people, economy, and environment of Michigan.

Lake Michigan Rock Picker’s Guide
by Bruce Mueller, Kevin Gauthier
Humorous and philosophical at times, this wonderful book has what it takes to educate, entertain and reveal the nature of the treasures lying along Lake Michigan's shoreline.

You Can Teach Your Child Successfully
Grades 4-8

by Ruth Beechick
This classic gives nitty-gritty help for each subject in each grade. Become an informed, confident teacher, free from rigid textbooks.

50 Hikes in Michigan
The Best Walks, Hikes and Backpacks in the Lower Peninsula

by Jim Dufresne
The hikes in this completely revised and expanded second edition range from 1.5 to 35 miles in length. Hikers will learn where to find the best trailside fishing, birding, and wildlife watching, as well as where to go to find fall color and undisturbed backcountry camping.

Backroads of Michigan
Your Guide to Wild and Scenic Backroad Adventures in Michigan, Wisconsin, Illinois, and Indiana

by Robert W. Domm
Whether your planning a day trip, weekend geta¬way, or a relaxing vacation, Backroads of Michigan leads you deep into the soul of the state. And the glorious color photography and historic images are a prize for armchair tourists or dreamers as well!

Dumbing Us Down
The Hidden Curriculum of Compulsory Schooling

by John Taylor Gatto
In this tenth-anniversary edition, Gatto updates his theories on how the U.S. educational system cranks out students the way Detroit cranks out Buicks. He contends that students are more programmed to conform to economic and social norms rather than really taught to think.

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