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Tulsa Area Homeschoolers. Homeschooling from the heart. This is a private group, you must be either a homeschooling family or seriously thinking about home education to join.

This is a group that is all about anything homeschooling. Feel free to chat about things pertaining to home education, ask questions, join us for a play date, event, gathering, tour, field trip etc. We post about things going on in the area, cool websites and neat project ideas. We are a creative group of homeschooling families with many different teaching styles and different approaches to homeschooling. Our group includes kids of all ages, toddler to high school. Join and share your ideas or just look at what the topic is we are discussing. Participation is expected in meetings and discussions. Come join in the fun and social time!

We have a unstructured get together once a week on Fridays from 1-3 kids are welcome and encouraged to play and be kids! We also have planned activities, educational days etc .We have monthly activities ie, skating days, PE, Art/ science club, game club, many field trips, birthday celebrations, holiday parties, Lego Club, movie nights, paintball, Laser tag, etc... and many more fun things for you to do with our group!

Request membership, fill out a short (mandatory) information form, we look forward to having you join us, Support is so important!

We have a Teens, Tweens and Littles groups for chatting, fun, sharing resources and making new friends.


We are listed on http://homeschoolcentral.com/

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  • 566
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  • Oct 28, 2008
  • English

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