|Global Homeschoolers Network (24 Sites, 258 Hits) 06/09/1999 cushkamite
The new purpose of this webring is to bring together all the sites that relates to Homeschoolers and education in general. We decided to make a name change to bring together the best information websites on a global scale.
That's why we changed the name to the Global Homeschoolers Network.
If you are a homeschool parent and want to add your page to our webring please apply. It doesn't matter if the site is not fully related to homeschooling, but if it can be a educational resource for homeschooling, please apply. The sites must be family safe, and this also means no "hateful information." All websites will be viewed before being added to our webring.
It can be your personal homepages, your homeschooled children's page or your business website if it is connected to homeschoolers and or education.
|Homeschool Alumni (3 Sites, 10 Hits) 06/05/2003 bbsgarage
Exploring the lives of homeschoolers and unschoolers who have "graduated." and have moved on to bigger and better things. Let us know how you are thru your web site.
|Montessori and Homeschool (3 Sites) 01/25/2005 adoptable
A new webring for Montessori, homeschool, and related educational websites! Maria Montessori was an Italian physician who set up day care centers, and put materials in them to keep children occupied. She discovered that certain materials fostered learning. This was the beginning of a very long career learning how to educate children best. Her "schools" are not designed to structure time as most schools are. Instead, they structure the environment. There are multiple materials that children use and manipulate that lead to learning. A child in a good Montessori school will achieve far beyond students in other schools for a lot of reasons. Children also learn independence in learning, and excellent social skills. Ultimately, Montessori spent some years in India, and continued to publish books there. Her books are full of wisdom, and form a good guide toward a workable homeschooling philosophy.
|Homeschooled Kids Blogs (2 Sites) 08/31/2008 adoptable
This is a webring for homeschooled kids to show off their blog or website. It is for kids only (under 18) - no grown-up sites please.
|HesWorldWide (1 Sites) 02/01/2015 sally_lloyd
pBlog ring for members of Home Education/Schooling Worldwide facebook group./p
|Homeschooling Sweet Homeschooling (1 Sites) 03/16/2009 tattooed_ogre
This ring is for all homeschoolers that have blogs or websites pertaining to homeschooling this can include journals, resources, links etc..
There will be no sites in this ring that have adult content so anyone can feel safe looking at the sites listed here. If your site does not pertain to homeschooling please do not apply. Otherwise feel free to apply and join this new and growing community of homeschoolers. Let's make it a great ring of homeschooling families !