American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- v. To instruct (a pupil, for example) in an educational program outside of established schools, especially in the home.
- v. To provide educational instruction in a homeschool.
- n. A school operated outside established educational institutions, especially in a home.
“That will include letting them learn at their own pace (such as home school) and helping them develop all their creative talents (that would be homeschool) and keeping them healthy (something practiced in homeschool).”
“HomeschoolEstore. com is the only ebook and audio book website specializing in homeschool curriculum.”
“While it does not surprise me that the Obama family picked the most prestigious and cozy school that the did, the idea suggested above that they homeschool is ridiculous.”
“I have a girlfriend, though, who has 7 children, and all have been in homeschool since the beginning.”
“One of the main reasons I homeschool is so my kids aren’t bored and frustrated the way I was in school growing up.”
“Our homeschool is a bit unusual in that I am homeschooling an only child.”
“The best advice I could give to prospective homeschoolers in learning the responsibilities and requirements to homeschool is to find other homeschoolers.”
“One item that has helped our homeschool is the erasable pen.”
“Deanna, you're right--I did most of my best work getting my BA in Religious Studies as independent studies: basically "homeschool" in college.”
“Part of our "homeschool" schedule is to take a morning and afternoon walk.”
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