Posts Tagged ‘ homeschool resources ’

Kathy Ceceri's Home Sciences

Kathy Ceceri's Home Sciences

Kathy Ceceri, who wrote HEM’s Hands-On Learning column for years, is a freelance writer, teaching artist and homeschooling mom who states her goal is “to make science interesting and memorable!” She’s doing a great job of that with her Home Biology, Home Chemistry, and now Home Physics, bringing hands-on learning to homeschoolers – and...
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AHA Journal: News & Info

AHA Journal: News & Info

The American Homeschool Association’s Open Online Journalism Project provides a voice and broad exposure for any the work homeschoolers are involved in, and it offers homeschoolers a place to share, learn and help others become empowered. The AHA Citizen’s Journal will address issues related to homeschooling and which homeschool advocates have a passion for:...
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Virtual Expeditions

Virtual Expeditions

In the November-December 1997 issue of Home Education Magazine, in an article titled The Value of Virtual Expeditions, Judy Aron shared some wonderful experiences her family had enjoyed via virtual expeditions: Every homeschooler knows what a wonderful learning opportunity travel is for kids. They learn mathematics (conversion rates in currency, distances traveled), history, social...
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Tossed by the Fates

Tossed by the Fates

Tossed by the Fates is a blogged book for homeschooling parents with the American military. At this time it is still a work in progress, with new entries added as time goes by. This post is the table of contents to the book. Excerpts from the Introduction: The idea for this book surfaced on...
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become an HEM product reviewer

become an HEM product reviewer

We’re looking for families who are interested in receiving free samples of products, using them with their kids and then writing a review about the product(s). Are you part of a family that would love to do that?  If so, we want to hear from you. Tell us: who you are: your name, your...
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