Also, if you don’t have much community around you, why not join the Made 2 Homeschool Community here, a community I (Rebecca Devitt) am part of. I live in Wollongong, NSW, but I find this is a great place to get mum community, no matter where I am.
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South Australia Homeschooling Groups in Adelaide
We have a long page dedicated to all the homeschooling groups in Adelaide at this link. This page is for South Australian homeschooling groups and their surrounding areas.
- ‘For everyone who is or is planning to homeschool in South Australia. We try to keep this group about home educating in South Australia so please keep threads and comments on topic.
- The original creator of this Facebook group, and any of its members acting as admins for the group, do not endorse, accept responsibility for, or necessarily agree with messages, comments and replies or any content posted to this group by its members.
- We love to support local and small businesses that provide fabulous resources however self-promotion of your own business is not allowed. Please direct members within their request for information but no advertising.’
- ‘A bit of everything for everyone in South Australia! Mainly spreading the word about events/education/pages etc. From what’s happening around the state to meeting new friends/groups! ALL welcome to JOIN!’
- No Facebook description is given for this South Australian homeschooling group.
- No Facebook description is given for this SA homeschooling group.
A Worldwide Community of Homeschool Moms: M2H
The Made 2 Homeschool (M2H) community is a wonderful resource for homeschool moms seeking a supportive and engaging community.
Joining a community of like-minded individuals can alleviate the loneliness that can sometimes accompany homeschooling, especially when local groups don’t meet one’s needs or preferences.
The M2H community offers various avenues for connection and support.
Chats, LIVE chat events, webinars, and videos provide opportunities for homeschool moms to interact, learn from each other, and share their experiences.
Additionally, contributors provide printables and articles that can assist in homeschooling endeavors, offering valuable resources and ideas.
If you’re looking to join a community of homeschool moms and benefit from the support and resources they offer, I encourage you to check out the Made 2 Homeschool community.
You can explore their website or social media channels to learn more about their offerings and determine if it aligns with your interests and needs.
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Conclusion: South Australia Homeschooling Groups
Social groups are a great idea if you’re planning on home educating your children. These South Australian (SA) homeschooling groups will give you a great avenue to have fun socially and make friends easily. If you’d like some more information on how to find a homeschooling group closer to your specific area, check out Homeschooling groups in Australia or watch the video here.