Are you homeschooling in Alabama? If you're looking for friendship and support, I recommend that you join your local co-op.
My three daughters and I have had a wonderful experience with Master's Co-op for 3 years now and we've all made good friends there.
But more importantly, we are now part of a community of families who are willing to help each other out whenever necessary. And we share tips about homeschooling, parenting, or anything else we can think of!
The kids actually like to participate in classroom discussions.
The older kids look out for the younger ones (even if they're not related) and they all enjoy hanging out together.
And they have a blast on Field Day at the end of the year when we take over Tannehill State Park!
Do you homeschool in the Bessemer or McCalla area in Alabama?
If so, we would like to invite you to join our Master's Co-op. The co-op meets at Tannehill Valley Baptist Church on Fridays from 8:30 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. during the school year.
We offer a variety of enrichment activities, such as
Master's also has activities such as field trips, community service projects, and Talent Night.
For more information about our co-op, please contact Tena George at (205) 567-4036 or email her at email@example.com.
Home School Legal Defense Association has a list of national (and international), state, and regional homeschool organizations.
Christian Home Education Fellowship of Alabama provides a directory of Alabama church schools. You may find several in your area.
Tuscaloosa Home Educators (THE) provides support for families in the Tuscaloosa area. A $10 annual membership fee will give you access to sports teams such as volleyball and basketball, workshops for parents, field trips, and other special activities.
Alabama 4-H Club is a great extracurricular activity for your children. They may participate in contests, leadership groups, and workshops.
The Tuscaloosa 4-H also has special interest clubs such as the Horse Club or Consumer Science Club.
Presidential Volunteer Service Award encourages your child to volunteer and possibly earn a community service award. Sign up here.
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