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The estimated number of families providing homeschool options to their children is on the rise. Green living and sustainable lifestyles are only a small part of homeschool education curriculum. GoGreen.org moves to change this statistic and create curriculum options for green living homeschools.
(PRWEB) July 04, 2012
GoGreen.org expanded their site recently to offer an degrees and education category. They have now moved one step farther in their educational endeavor by announcing their plan to expand into homeschool resources. In the past, the degrees and education section has focused primarily on green certifications and degrees on a collegiate level. The new section will offer options for homeschool curriculum suggestions, open discussion and project ideas.
"Homeschool families are increasingly popular and the numbers are only going up. Homeschool education curriculum's often do not carry projects geared to sustainable or green living topics. That is where our series will come in. Though we will not be offering full homeschool curriculum's, we will be offering project ideas and educational resources to help families with teaching their children about green concepts," says GoGreen.org Green Living Consultant Megan Coogle.
Homeschool curriculum ideas and practices vary from family to family. Each household handles subject matter in their own unique way, using books and forms as a sort of guide for the education of their children. The GoGreen site will offer supplemental projects, opportunities and eventually videos to help families incorporate different green aspects into their children's education.
The homeschool curriculum ideas, projects and articles will appear in the articles section of the GoGreen site. Anything related to these expansive educational resources will be listed under the category tags of homeschool, degrees and education. Each week new articles will be added directing families to infographics on the site, videos on the YouTube channel and resources off-site with collaborating green living sites.
For more information on this expansion or on green living visit GoGreen.org.
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