Description: Gellyball is safe for kids as young as 5 and is a great way to log some PE hours for your homeschooling group.
Description: Free, statewide library chat reference and information service available 24 hours a day/ 7 days a week.
Description: Homeschoolers in Central Maryland is a secular group that offers simple, low-commitment, social group for homeschool families. The focus is social time, play, and community. We welcome all styles of homeschoolers, as well as all races, religions, creeds, and colors. Our focus is on fun social events for the kids. Nature walks, park days, bowling, parties, are the type of events we focus on. We strive to be fully inclusive. Our themed parties are open to all religions (for example we have a Holiday Party, not a Christmas Party) and we choose to have our other events free of religious affiliations.
Description: Little Homeschoolers of Central MD is a group for parents who homeschool elementary aged children in the central MD/Annapolis area. We formed to be able to share knowledge, chat and plan events. In our small group we both host and share lots of local events. Anyone is welcome to share or plan an event! The events are geared to elementary kids (and siblings) and are not meant for parents with only toddler/preschool aged children. This will give our children an opportunity to make lots of new friends in their age group!
Description: This groups exists to create an online forum to share resources, activities, ideas, and support among the homeschooling community to include the Baltimore-Washington Metropolitan area, Hampton Roads (Tidewater) Virginia, Delaware and Pennsylvania. Our geography lends itself to an amazingly wide array of fantastic and unique experiences for our children to expand their learning. We currently have members from many states to include: Virginia, Washington DC, North Carolina, West Virginia, Maryland counties, Baltimore City, Pennsylvania,and Delaware. Approximately 50% of the group current serves our country in uniform.
Description: BWHE is Maryland’s oldest email group for open-minded homeschoolers in the region who are interested in participating in a community that represents a diverse range of religious, political and philosophical beliefs. Our community also represents a wide range of ethnic groups, education levels, and socio-economic classes. The one thing we have in common is an interest in trying to do what is best for our children and our family.
Description: Homeschool High School Inclusive is a Maryland-based homeschool high school group. Through this group you may find notifications of field trips (local and regional), information about online high schools and speciality colleges uniquely addressing the needs of homeschooled students, and a variety of other resources and information. There are also opportunities to have “discussions” with one another via e-mail, with the possibility of quarterly support meetings. Activities, as planned and organized by all who participate in this group, are encouraged for students who wish to gather together outside of the academic setting.
Description: This is an online group to support each other in our homeschooling, share resources, find support, ask questions, or just talk about what you are doing in your homeschool. Feel free to share ideas about kids, family, spirituality, or any other subjects that you feel would be of help and benefit to others. We hope you will share your ideas, educational resources, activities, lesson plans, web sites, or any education resource with the group. We are a diverse group from all over the state of Maryland with many different beliefs and this is a place where we can come together on the common issue of homeschooling to share and support each other.
Description: MD Homeschooling Special Needs is for those families in Maryland who are homeschooling children with special needs. This is a place to share ideas lend support and plan activities that would enrich our children’s life’s. Whether your child has Autism, Aspergers, learning disabilities, ADD, ADHD or any other disabilities or just plain high maintenance this group is for you. We hope that by coming together in this group we can more easily share resources about special needs children. We can also come together to find and lend support in a common area as we homeschool. This is a private list not open to the public.