Posts Tagged ‘ Free Range Learning ’

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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Laura Weldon

Laura Weldon

Our long-time HEM “Questions and Answers” columnist, Laura Grace Weldon, is the author of Free Range Learning: How Homeschooling Changes Everything. Mary Nix interviewed Laura about homeschooling and began by asking what inspired her to write the book, and Laura replied: “There are plenty of answers to that question but I’ll share one. Homeschooling...
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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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Interview with Laura Weldon

Interview with Laura Weldon

Our long-time HEM “Questions and Answers” columnist, Laura Grace Weldon, is the author of Free Range Learning: How Homeschooling Changes Everything. She shares research on how we all learn, ways we can connect with others, ideas for helping to create a nurturing community for our children, and insights from homeschoolers around the world. Mary...
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May-June Articles

May-June Articles

In our May-June issue several articles highlight creative ways to engage your children in learning: • The Homemade Booklet: A Simple Tool for Planning & Preparing, by Nancy Walters – Some homeschooling methods are decidedly low-tech. One mom embraces the humble homemade booklet as a simple way to get prepared–and get down to hands-on...
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