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Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Homeschooling When You Only Live Part Time In Florida

Florida, has a lot of people who live part time in Florida, and part time somewhere else. Of course there are a lot of Migrant Workers, as well. So what are these families supposed to do, that homeschool. I could not find, any definitive answers about Migrant Workers, so I am not sure how they handle the situation. Part time Floridians, can simply make Florida their permanent living residence, and that should cover the issue. You can still Homeschool in another state, just be sure you file your evaluation in Florida, as your permanent residence. It would not hurt to contact the school, of your temporary address, to let them know of your homeschooling acitivities, and the Florida requirements. Make your school year, so that when your evaluation is due, you are in Florida, that way you wont have to worry about travelling back to Florida, just to do your evaluation. This was a topic, at a group I belong to. If anyone knows if this is true, or untrue, please leave a comment. I can see where this could be a huge problem, for people who live in two different states, at different times of the year.

Lesson Plans for 10/1/08

Writing: If you could be 1 age the rest of your life, which would it be and why
Social Studies: Deleware, Count on your Community
Math: Multiplication, addition, subtraction, rounding numbers
Language Arts: Phonics review, antonyms, and synonyms
Spelling lesson 5: Write each spelling word, and circle the consonants
Vacabulary Lesson 5: Think of a synonym, for each vocabulary word

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