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As far as social scene goes, homeschoolers are not very different. They may get teased about being homeschooled by some but people tend to be more intrigued than hurtful. Some homeschoolers don't have a sense of fashion, or develope one later. Homeschoolers can have difficulty talking to people their own age mainly because they don't have a lot of interaction with their peers but this may be only a stage which they will grow out of.

All of this can be avoided if the child is given opportunity(and maybe pushed a little) to spend time with other children. Ideas include (but are certainly not limited to) 4-H, camp, homeschool communities, playdates, and church activities.

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