Posts Tagged ‘ homeschool curricula ’

Travis the Traveling Bear

Travis the Traveling Bear

In the Nov/Dec, 1998 issue of Home Education Magazine, Julie Hart shared her article detailing the adventures of Travis the Traveling Bear: Travis H. Bear is somewhere in the United States. He is traveling across the country, visiting for a week with a homeschooling family in each of the...
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Huson Travel Letters

Huson Travel Letters

Homeschoolers often dislike studying textbooks; however, children enjoy receiving mail and will eagerly read it – exhibiting a natural enthusiastic interest in any communication addressed to them personally. Now you can turn this natural interest in personal communication into an educational advantage by giving your child an outstanding learning aid for students of all...
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In Defense of Workbooks

In Defense of Workbooks

“I confess! I’m guilty! I use… dare I say it aloud? Workbooks. The word has been blacklisted by homeschoolers, unschoolers and school-at-homers alike for years. In fact, if you’re ever at a gathering of people whose children aren’t in school it’s a good ice breaker. How about those workbooks, huh? Glad we don’t have...
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