Posts Tagged ‘ children’s literature ’

November-December Issue

November-December Issue

The November-December issue features articles on growing up as a homeschooled kid, confessions of a reluctant homeschool mom, experiences with Asperger’s Syndrome, and homeschooling a free spirited child. Mary Nix interviews Free Range Learning author Laura Grace Weldon; Larry and Susan Kaseman write about labeling and drugging kids; Rebecca Rupp explores the wonderful world...
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September-October Issue

September-October Issue

The September-October issue of Home Education Magazine is still the current issue, and it features an interview with Virginia homeschooling mom Jeanne Faulconer, the articles editor for Home Education Magazine, editor of the VaHomeschoolers Voice, and a speaker on homeschooling and family issues. Articles in this issue include First Year Homeschool Blues, Building Your...
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Learning to Love to Write

Learning to Love to Write

Noted science fiction writer Ray Bradbury once said, “We are cups, constantly and quietly being filled. The trick is knowing how to tip ourselves over and let the beautiful stuff out.” How do we help our children learn to write? Before my children could read or write, they would recite what they wanted me...
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Homeschooling in Children's Lit

In a post he labeled ‘Homeschooling in Children’s Lit,’ author and educator Milton Gaither explores the title topic: “This post summarizes what I’ve learned about homeschooling in mainstream children’s literature, looking at some books I haven’t reviewed already to make a few points about the genre. “I first got interested in depictions of homeschoolers...
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