Home Education Magazine – HEM

Horrors With Reading

Horrors With Reading

by Lynn McClain Eyes that fill with enormous tears, books that are angrily pushed aside and hit the floor with a resounding smack, if you are anything like me, you’ve had days when at least one of your children starts resorting to these tactics. When my eldest was seven, reading set him off toward...
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Deschooling and Shadow Dancing

Deschooling and Shadow Dancing

by Leslie Potter I find parenting filled with joy and sorrow, pleasure and pain, ups and downs and everything in between. I’ve learned that thinking there is any constant to hang my hat on is an illusion. As soon as I think my daughter is a certain way I’ve learned to make room for...
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Are Homeschooled Children “At Risk”?

by Kelly Green In my opinion, one of the most challenging issues home-educating families face is the “But if it saves just one child!” bureaucratic argument in favor of the “regulation” of home education. We’ve all run into it. People we know–relatives, friends, acquaintances–say things like, “Well, of course you are doing a great...
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We’re Getting Rave Reviews

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Welcome to Home Education Magazine, the oldest, most recognized support available for homeschooling families. Our November-December issue publishes in late October!  It’s provocative, innovative, supportive, thoughtful and bold in ways our readers are telling us they appreciate.  Enjoy the issue.  We sure enjoyed creating it for you. If you are a subscriber, you will...
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from our current July-August Issue

from our current July-August Issue

The Gardening Tot The garden is alive with sensory experiences that children of all ages are itching to explore. Whether you have enough space to plant a small backyard garden or a simple window garden, all young children will benefit from the opportunity to explore and manipulate different aspects of the garden, such as...
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