Posts Tagged ‘ books about homeschooling ’

Sum-Sum-Summertime

Sum-Sum-Summertime

“At our house, the difference between summer and other seasons was the fact that summer brought more children to play with. Sure, the kids might have focused a bit more on some subjects in the cooler months, but they were learning all the time no matter what page the calendar was open to. Having...
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Homeschooling Book of Answers

Homeschooling Book of Answers

The Homeschooling Book of Answers is a truly inspired response to today’s growing demand for information about homeschooling. Don’t judge this book by its cover, or you’ll miss a real treasure. There’s a picture on the front and back covers of a notepad, with no less than seven pencils, and the subtitle “The 88...
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Buccaneer-Scholars

HEM columnist Laura Weldon shares a beautifully-written post about an interview from a recent issue. In Calling Out the Buccaneer-Scholars she writes: I’ve been ruminating every which way about buccaneer living ever since reading a remarkable interview in Home Education Magazine between publisher Helen Hegener and James Marcus Bach. Bach, an internationally recognized expert...
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Family Global Treks

Family Global Treks

“When Carla Fisher and her husband announced plans to travel the globe with their adolescent daughters for a year, some friends called them crazy. Seven years later, with wonderful memories and a book documenting their world trek, the Fishers now seem like global trailblazers. “Despite a recession that may have limited the number of...
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Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas!

“Christmas is coming, the goose is getting fat…” -from the old nursery rhyme and carol “Christmas is filled with the very best kinds of learning: Caring, giving, sharing, togetherness, love… And the learning isn’t just limited to the youngsters; if we keep our hearts open this season we’ll learn new ways of celebrating, if...
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