I am an urban and steampunk fantasy author, Pagan writer, homeschooler, and genealogist from Massachusetts, currently living in England with my husband, son, black-headed caique, and three cats (one of whom is certifiably demonic - at least, according to military veterinarians).
First, many apologies for posting this a bit late. Life seems to be passing at lightning speed with both my pregnancy and my writing.
Whether you homeschool because you are Pagan, or are a Pagan who homeschools, finding resources may be a challenge.There are many excellent sites, books, magazines, etc. geared toward Christian homeschoolers.There are also secular resources, which are not as abundant as religious ones, but usually more attractive to Pagan homeschoolers.However, what about Pagan-specific resources?
People are often under a certain impression about homeschoolers. We are pegged as religious fanatics who want to create little "armies for God", teach our children Young Earth creationism without any regard for science, and all the mothers are bun-headed denim-jumper wearers.
While it is true that a fair segment of the homeschooling population fits this stereotype, it is only a segment.
Those of us who choose to homeschool are as diverse as the paths my fellow Pagans follow. There is a growing openness about the need for secular home-education and community, where all people are welcome. I know many more Atheist and Pagan homeschoolers, than I do Christians.