Enjoy this potpourri of possibilities!
Filmmaking for Kids, Part 2 What you need to know, and where you can learn it (besides school and camp)
Try My Grammar Camp A fun way to teach grammar that will have your students wanting more
Shakespeare Camp Joyce tells how to start and run your very own Shakespeare camp.
Summer Studying... But Not at Home Summer academic camps... another way to homeschool away from home!
How We Started Our Homeschool Athletic Club How to set up and run a homeschool sports program.
Why (and How) We Joined the National History Club History can be amazing when you start a history club!
How (and Why) to Start a Writing Club Learn the ins and outs of writing clubs and how your children can benefit from participating in one.
Our “Masterpiece Literary Society” Linda Burklin tells what she did to make literature come alive for her students.
4-H and the Homeschooler Isabel Lyman says her kids have had a great time in 4-H. We add a few cautions.
World’s First Homeschool Key Club How a South Carolina homeschool support group started a Kiwanis Key Club.
Contests in Your Curriculum How contests can enhance your homeschool.
Horticulture Contests, Science Fairs, & Beautification Projects Garden your way to success.
The National Bible Bee A contest rewarding mastery of the best book there is
Contests for your Kids The Richmans tell you how to enter.
Team Contests Sue Richman briefs you on contests your homeschool group can enter.
The Key to Exceptional Co-Op Days How to make your co-op days exceptional homeschool days.
Co-op Field Trips: True Three-Dimensional Learning Fantastic field trips add a new dimension.
How to Choose a Co-Op How to locate local co-ops and choose which one is best for you.
Co-ops for Little Kids The resources for getting your little ones out and about are quite numerous.
Gym and Enrichment the Co-op Way How one support group integrated gymnastics into their homeschool co-op.
Co-oping Younger and Older Students Together How to run a co-op with older and younger children together.
Raising Great Communicators the Co-Op Way Pat Wesolowski explains how showing and telling before a group can skyrocket your child's communication skills.
Hybrid Homeschool Classes Beyond the traditional co-op: how to teach a class that is a combination of classroom and distance learning.
Beyond Co-Op with Drop-off Classes What school is like at Home School Central in Ann Arbor, MI.
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to This Forum A homeschool online forum provides a safe virtual community for the students in a homeschool co-op.