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  1. #11
    -Emily- is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    Aug 2012


    Hello new to homeschooling in Rockingham county. I would like to know if any groups get the children together .In rockingham county or near the airport PTI .Thank you My girls ages are 8 and 10 and they had a ruff year last year in public schools.

  2. #12

    Default North Carolina Links?

    Hello all. I need some links in the Fayetteville or HopeMills area for some support groups. I want my 10 yr old son to get out and do activities with other hs and meet new friends he really needs to work on his social skills he's kind of shy.

  3. #13
    BlueSkyA Guest

    Default Resources

    Thanks for sharing your resources!

    We have used: (I am not affiliated with any of these programs. They are just some of the resources I've used to keep my grandson interested rather than just doing worksheets and "lessons" all the time. I've found he stays more interested when there's an element of fun and adventure in our lessons rather than just the same old drudgery day after day.)

    PBS Learning Media (free): PBS LearningMedia ("PBS LearningMedia™ is the go-to destination for instant access to tens of thousands of classroom-ready, digital resources including videos, games, audio clips, photos, lesson plans, and more! You can search, save, and share with ease. Best of all, PBS LearningMedia is free for educators.)"

    Brain POP: BrainPOP - Animated Educational Site for Kids - Science, Social Studies, English, Math, Arts ($9.95/month, no contract) Covers all subjects with preview quizzes then a graded test with the results emailed to "teacher's" email address.

    IXL Math: IXL Math | Online math practice and lessons ($9.95/month with 12 month contract) Prepares kids for EOG math testing. Prepares many reports that are saved in your child's "online folder" and also emailed to your email account each time your child uses the site.

    Learn as you play: Learn to play musical instruments

    Library of children's literature:

    Reading resource: The Stacks for Kids |

    Reading resource: The Stacks for Kids |

    Fun Brain: - The Internet's #1 Education Site for K-8 Kids and Teachers - (free, no membership, no login required)

    Moshi Monster: Moshi Monsters - Adopt Your Own Pet Monster! (has both a free and a paid subscription. Games are educational)

    This site is great for getting children thinking about technical "stuff": Free Games at

    Hope this info helps someone.

  4. #14
    Kimberly N Guest

    Question End of Year Testing

    I have started to Homeschool my son in Feb. Can anyone tell me what I need to do or where I need to go to get him to take the end of year tests? I live in Franklin county. and cant find any info on it anywhere. Im not sure if anyone can help?

  5. #15
    Nicole McGhee is offline Senior Member
    Join Date
    Aug 2012



    There are several EOG threads in our NC forum, but I can answer your question here, as well. You don't need to take your son anywhere to have him tested, you can test him at home, provided you choose a test where at-home testing is an option. The first thing you should do is find out about the several different tests available, select the test that best meets your needs, and follow the requirements for that test. You don't have to submit your test results anywhere, just keep them on file.
    Homeschooling My Three Sons
    5th Grade, 1st Grade, and a preschooler!
    Army Family since 2003

  6. #16
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    Default 32425498

    Thank you for all the great information. I am new to homeschooling and have a 13 year old daughter in 7th grade that we are currently homeschooling. We live in the Cary area. I am also wondering about state testing since we pulled her out of public school the first of December. Do you have any information on this?

  7. #17
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    Default Hello I need Help with figuring out where to start

    Hello I am in Albemarle, NC and going to start homeschooling this coming year, who is close that I can touch base with and get help. Suzette

    Quote Originally Posted by pandahoneybee View Post
    Hello everyone-
    I am very proud to open up this resource guide to help everyone find support from all over the state of North Carolina. I will be updating this post as I receive more support groups permission to add their websites to this post. So check back with me often to see if I have found a support group near you. Or if you know of one and I do not have it listed send me an email so I can contact them!

    Happy Homeschooling!

    Thank you goes out to the wonderful people at the following websites!

    East Coast Homeschooling Organization in Onslow County

    Welcome to ECHO's Home page

    Home Educators Association of Roxboro HEAR

    LIFE- Learning in Family Education in Transylvania county

    LIFE - Learning in Family Education

    Homeschooling Opens Minds Everyday (HOME) Asheville NC

    Carolina Home Educators Family Support (CHEFS) in Chesterfield,Marlboro, Anson and Richmond of NC and SC

    Traid Homeschoolers serving Greensboro, Winston Salem, High Point area of North Carolina along the surrounding areas

    Triad Homeschoolers

    Triangle Homeschoolers serving Alamance, Chatham, Durham, Franklin, Granville, Harnett, Johnston, Lee, Nash, Orange, Person, Vance, Wake, Warren, & Wilson counties

    Hendersonville Homeschoolers serving Hendersonville, Etowah, Fletcher, Arden, Flat Rock, Fairview, Skyland, South Asheville and other surrounding areas. ... schoolers/

    Carolina Christian Educators serving the area of Onslow and Western Carteret counties

    Carolina Christian Educators - Home
    email [email protected]

    HEArts: Home Education Arts 910.632.9454 serivng Wilmington, NC

  8. #18
    Unregistered Guest

    Question Time4Learning NC Standard Course of Study Aligned?

    Hi. Does anyone know if Time4Learning is aligned to the NC Standard Course of Study? I am new to homeschooling and currently researching teaching resources. I have an 8 year old son who will start 2 grade and a 4 year old who will start preK. I would love to hear from all of you who have been using Time4Learning. Do you supplement Time for Learning and which books(names) or workbooks have you found beneficial? I love the on-line format of Time4Learning. One last question, in terms of the annual standardized testing, which test have you used? Any feedback would be much appreciated. Also, we reside in New Bern, Craven County and would be interested in getting in touch with other families in the area. I did a search but could not come up with any homeschool support groups in Craven County. Thank you all so much!

  9. #19
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    Default Rockingham County

    Im a new first time homeschooler mom of 3. And my children had it rough in public school system. Any parents in or near rockingham county. Would love to chat and get to know other parents and their children. Its been so hard to even find anyone. I know im not alone. Thanks so much. please email me at [email protected].

  10. #20
    cdunn86 is offline Junior Member
    Join Date
    Jul 2015


    Hey Emily im a new homeschool mom. I live in rockingham county and wanted to know did you find any groups? My children are 7 9 11. My personal email is [email protected]. Thanks

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