Get Help Customizing Homeschool Curriculums with HSAdvisor.com

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Recognizing the growing need to support homeschooling parents who are unhappy with the results of public schools, veteran homeschooling parents Keith and Sherri Jones, creators of http://www.hsadvisor.com understand and support parents who desire to provide a better education for their children. Keith and Sherri offer personalized advice for parents with questions about choosing curriculum, parenting, and homeschooling methods.

Recognizing the growing need to support homeschooling parents who are unhappy with the results of public schools, veteran homeschooling parents Keith and Sherri Jones, creators of http://www.hsadvisor.com understand and support parents who desire to provide a better education for their children. Keith and Sherri offer personalized advice for parents with questions about choosing curriculum, parenting, and homeschooling methods.

Keith and Sherri Jones started http://www.hsadvisor.com with the help of their son Josh in 2000. Since then the site has grown to contain a large homeschool curriculum bookstore, a form for asking questions, pages of frequently-asked-questions about homeschooling, and listings of useful information on the Internet. Sherri Jones says, "As homeschool parents we've had our share of challenges. These experiences have served us well, resulting in discoveries of invaluable information, helps, and resources."

The difficulty many parents face after they take their child out of public school is the overwhelming task of choosing curriculum. Sherri recommends that before you buy curriculum, decide if a workbook-style or textbook-style curriculum would be best for your child.

Once users have decided which style is best suited for their child, the bookstore at http://www.hsadvisor.com/bookstore/ is designed to make it easy to find the needed subjects. The store is organized by grade level and subject, and each item in the store is offered at multiple online retailers such as Amazon.com, Barnes and Noble, Christianbook.com, and Homeschool eStore. With multiple options, parents are able to do price-comparisons to find the best deals.

Parents still in doubt of what curriculum to choose for their child can ask questions of Keith and Sherri at http://www.hsadvisor.com/questions/ and can expect a response within a day or two.

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