Directive Home Schooling
The new Education Act was passed in June of 1995, and came into
force July 1, 1996. It recognizes home schooling as one of the
ways in which parents may choose to access the education program
for their children.
Education Act - Part 3, Yukon
Department of Education
31(1) A parent of a student may provide, at home,
a home education program for the student if the parent complies
with this section and if the program meets the goals and objectives
outlined in subparagraph 4(a)(i) of this Act.
Home Education - Government of Yukon
The Department of Education supports the decision by parents to provide home education for their children. The Yukon Education Act specifies that children who have reached the age of six years and eight months by September 1st, and who are younger than 16 years, need to be registered annually with the Minister of Education.
Calvert Homeschoolers' Discussion Board
For Canadian homeschooling parents who are either using the Calvert
Home Study Curriculum, or thinking about doing it. If you
want to find out more about Calvert, ask questions, exchange
ideas, or share your expertise and fellowship with other Canadian
Calvert users, you are welcome to join us.
Welcome to an online support group for LDS homeschooling families
living in Canada. No matter what method you use to homeschool,
you are welcome here.
Canadian Homeschool Mail List
Living is learning. This list is the place chatting about anything
and everything! Join us to share ideas and information with other
Canadian home based learners.
A list for those who have chosen to unschool their children in
the child-led learning fashion.
CM Magazine: Canadian
Review of Materials
An electronic reviewing journal. Reviews of books, video and
audio tapes and CD-ROMS produced for young people. Also publishes
news, feature articles, interviews, and web reviews.
Canadian History AN A TO Z RESOURCE
From the Children of Eagle and Raven to modern times. Resources
for Canadian children and others to study Canada.
Canadian Homeschool Fellowship Lending Library
I hope to offer the best Christian home education, creation science
and learning disabilities resources. Use the library to preview
books before you purchase them, or just read a book you don't
want to pay full price for.
Home and School Solutions
Connie Lacelle offers a lot of help with the Canadian version of the Weaver Curriculum and its sections for Canadian history and British/Canadian spelling.
HomeSchool Canada Free Market
This group is for the FREE exchange of your used but still useful Homeschool supplies. Feel free to exchange curriculum and manipulatives or other items that are of interest to the homeschooling community. Of course, keep it legal and keep it Free.
Can't afford U.S. suppliers? Buy Canada instead. Long list of businesses that support homeschoolers in Canada.
Find a Resource
Recommended books from Amazon.ca to help you Homeschool
First Year of Homeschooling Your Child:
Your Complete Guide to Getting Off to the Right Start
by Linda Dobson
Many of today's families are opting to teach their children at home. The first hurdle these families face is getting started.
The Unschooling Handbook:
How to Use the Whole World As Your Child's Classroom
by Mary Griffith
Unschooling is a homeschooling method based on the belief that kids learn best when allowed to pursue their natural curiosities and interests.
The Ultimate Book of Homeschooling Ideas:
500+ Fun and Creative Learning Activities for Kids Ages 3-12
by Linda Dobson
Kid-tested and parent-approved techniques for learning math, science, writing, history, manners, and more for your homeschooling needs.