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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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Free Home School

Free Home School

“My husband and I received some great advice when we first got married: Two can live as cheaply as one…provided one of you doesn’t eat! That’s true with kids, too. Raising kids costs. With five children and one income, we have had periods of time in past years that were much too tight for...
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Reader Responses: Q&A

Reader Responses: Q&A

In every issue of Home Education Magazine two questions of interest to homeschoolers are selected and posed to our readers, and in return our readers are invited to respond to these questions with their own experiences and wisdom. The questions are chosen and the answers are lightly edited, primarily for space and clarity, by...
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Math Lessons

Math Lessons

In the current July-August issue of Home Education Magazine, in her article titled Math Lessons, homeschooling mom Cheryl Trzasko writes about the lessons she learned as a child, while sailing around the world aboard a yacht with her family for two years: “Sometimes days, or more than a week, would pass between math lessons....
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Making History Relevant

Making History Relevant

In the current July-August issue of Home Education Magazine, Laura Weldon’s article, Making History Relevant, explores many different ways to bring dry, dusty history to life for your kids – and for yourself: “Each of us is the product of history. Our lives today are evidence that our ancestors survived unbelievable odds stretching back...
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