"We finished watching the whole series and we think it's terrific! I'm thankful that you put it together. After watching Jane Hoffman, my kids couldn't wait to do the science experiments."
Janine M. (Former Science Teacher) - North Pole, Alaska
"These are exciting videos, exactly the kind of thing we would have liked to have when we were homeschooling"
David & Micki Colfax
Authors of Homeschooling for Excellence and Hard Times in Paradise
The Colfaxes gained national attention in the 1980's when three of their homeschooled sons were accepted at Harvard & Yale on full scholarship, and then attained law & medical degrees at those same universities.
"I am thoroughly enjoying your tape series. I wish I could have had it from the very beginning of our homeschooling journey."
Melissa W. - Del Rio, Texas
"How to Homeschool The Early Years is an interesting and well-made video series. It presents a variety of research, heartfelt advice, and experience for people thinking about, or who are homeschooling."
Patrick Farenga, President, John Holt Associates / Growing Without Schooling
"Would you like to to personally receive valuable tips from veteran homeschoolers on how you can be a more effective home school teacher of your children? If you answer 'Yes', the professional and entertaining How To Homeschool the Early Years video series is a must for you"
Christopher Klicka, Senior Counsel, Home School Legal Defense Association
Chris was a popular homeschool convention speaker and author of many helpful home education books, including Homeschooling: The Right Choice and The Heart of Homeschooling.
"Wanted to let you know how much I've enjoyed the 'How to Homeschool' video series. Debbie Strayer is hilarious and makes me laugh -- considering her topic of teaching reading, that's saying a lot!"
Susan W. - Rock Springs, Georgia
This video series was originally titled "How to Homeschool the Early Years"
"Parents are a child's first and most important teachers."
U.S. Department of Education Report, November 1992, revised 2002 and 2005