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A List of Top Lists of Awesomeness for Homeschooling Families

A List of Top Lists of Awesomeness for Homeschooling Families

A List of Top Lists of Awesomeness for Homeschooling Families By Linda Dobson In today's wired world, there are so many resources available for homeschooling families or otherwise appreciate fun learning opportunities outside the schoolhouse walls that a parent could spend so much time looking for resources that there's no time left for [...]

Homeschooling Parents are INVOLVED Parents

Homeschooling Parents are INVOLVED Parents

Homeschooling Parents are INVOLVED Parents By Linda Dobson Whoever first said, "Actions speak louder than words" was a very wise soul. As a homeschooling parent, you can be a living model of the enjoyment of learning for your children, not simply its loudest cheerleader. "Kids are talked to death," says Carol Narigon, a homeschooling mom [...]

Homeschooling: The Butterfly Approach to Learning

Homeschooling: The Butterfly Approach to Learning

Homeschooling: The Butterfly Approach to Learning By Linda Dobson As I begin work on this book, leaves rapidly falling from the trees swirl in wind guests, delivering the unmistakable scent of autumn. Yet the monster marigolds outside my large picture window remain amazingly vibrant, attracting a monarch butterfly slowly flitting from [...]

Homeschooling: Give Your Schedule a Spring Cleaning!

Homeschooling: Give Your Schedule a Spring Cleaning!

Homeschooling: Give Your Schedule a Spring Cleaning! By Linda Dobson What could be better than finding more room in a closet after a spring cleaning. If you're like many homeschooling parents, you just might say finding more time in your day! Let's see how a homeschooling family who went before you learned to stretch the clock and save gas [...]

Homeschooling: Children Need Activity – and Nothingness – for Their Own Sake

Homeschooling: Children Need Activity – and Nothingness – for Their Own Sake

Homeschooling: Children Need Activity - and Nothingness - for Their Own Sake By Linda Dobson Many homeschooling families have learned that academic success follows large doses of activity with no ulterior motive, that is, doing something for the sheer joy of the doing, period. For most children, sheer joy doesn't come from doing worksheets [...]

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