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Resource Review: Think About It! Series

Resource Review: Think About It! Series

Resource Review: Think About It! Series By Amanda Werner Most homeschooling parents that I know are always on the lookout for great books that will somehow interact with their child. I mean interact not in the electronic sense but rather to get the brain synapses working so that their child will put two and two together while enjoying the [...]

Readers, Please Help: Can Homeschooling Help Public Schools?

Readers, Please Help: Can Homeschooling Help Public Schools?

Readers, Please Help: Can Homeschooling Help Public Schools? By Linda Dobson I've been thinking a lot about the recent uproar between parents and teachers that commenced with a teacher of the year's advice to parents last week. I keep recalling my interview with Jason Taylor's mom for Homeschoolers Success Stories in which she stated, [...]

Homeschool Resource Review: Mailables

Homeschool Resource Review: Mailables

Homeschool Resource Review: Mailables By Amanda Werner Birthdays are usually a great time of celebration for many families but not all families can be together when one of the members is celebrating their momentous occasion. Sometimes it is so hard to figure out which card or gift should be sent out to the birthday recipient because that [...]

Help for Hurricane Irene Victims In Hometown Area

Help for Hurricane Irene Victims In Hometown Area

Help for Hurricane Irene Victims In Hometown Area By Linda Dobson Hello! Thanks to every one of you who responded to the last post about us needing to take a few days off due to potential Hurricane Irene damage. The forecast got so nasty we made a last minute decision to evacuate (due also to my EMT son's urging). We returned to hear good [...]

Writing Doesn’t Have To Make You Sweat

Writing Doesn’t Have To Make You Sweat

Writing Doesn't Have To Make You Sweat By Debbie Harbeson I’m not sure why but I get many of my writing ideas while sweating profusely. Apparently sweat glands are important to my creativity. Since my favorite form of exercise is bicycle riding, I’ve learned to slide a note card and pencil inside the leg of my bicycle shorts so I can [...]

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