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Book Review: Home Education Magazine’s The Homeschool Reader Series

Book Review: Home Education Magazine’s The Homeschool Reader Series

By Beth Balmanno Fans of Home Education Magazine have reason to celebrate. The award-winning magazine recently published a collection of more than sixty articles from their early years in the book, The Homeschool Reader Series: Collected Articles from Home Education Magazine, 1995-1999. These timeless pieces inspired and motivated homeschool [...]

Parent at the Helm’s November Book Giveaway!

Parent at the Helm’s November Book Giveaway!

Parent at the Helm’s NOVEMBER BOOK GIVEAWAY If you kept up with the threat to homeschooling freedoms in Great Britain, chances are you read Kelly Green's blog, Kelly Green and Gold, to get clear, concise updates as events unfolded. We're so lucky that Kelly decided to write a book for us now, too! Don't miss your chance to WIN your very [...]

It Was Twenty (Nope) Twenty-Five Years Ago Today

It Was Twenty (Nope) Twenty-Five Years Ago Today

By Linda Dobson It Was Twenty Twenty-Five Years Ago Today I wish I could say that the topics for each issue’s Road Less Traveled column appear by osmosis when needed. The truth is that they arrive more as a result of a process that begins when I realize that the next column deadline is, oh, about a month away. At that time I place the need [...]

The Early Years Child’s Learning Assets

The Early Years Child’s Learning Assets

The Early Years Child's Learning Assets (Early Years - ages three to eight) By Linda Dobson When I asked my boss if he'd visited the campground where his sister and her family joined other homeschooling families for the annual homeschoolers' campout, he said he had ventured out the evening of the same afternoon I went for a visit. That [...]

Hooray for Field Trips: Homeschooling the Early Years

Hooray for Field Trips: Homeschooling the Early Years

I know all of you don't live where snow blankets the earth for six months during an especially harsh winter. So while you may not be quite as eager as I am to embrace the arrival of warm weather (or at least to enjoy outdoor temperatures that don't hurt), you're still probably more inclined to think about outdoor and travel activities when the [...]

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