Posts Tagged ‘ homeschool resources ’

Late Readers

Late Readers

Stephanie Elms offers encouraging reading for anyone with late or reluctant readers at her blog, Throwing Marshmallows: “Back in May, I presented a new talk at the VaHomeschoolers Conference, “Encouraging Reading in Late and Reluctant Readers,” based on an article that I wrote for the VaHomeschoolers Voice. In preparing for the talk, I searched...
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Science Friday

Science Friday

Science Friday is a weekly science talk show, broadcast live over public radio stations nationwide from 2 to 4 pm Eastern time as part of National Public Radio’s ‘Talk of the Nation’ programming. Each week, Science Friday focuses on science topics that are in the news and tries to bring an educated, balanced discussion...
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Good Stuff: All Aboard!

Good Stuff: All Aboard!

In the Mar/April, 1997 issue of Home Education Magazine, Rebecca Rupp’s Good Stuff resources column spotlighted trains: “Almost everybody loves a train, from small-sized admirers of television’s Thomas the Tank Engine to teen-aged students of American history, who want to know what happened to the much-talked-about Golden Spike that completed the Transcontinental Railroad. (For...
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Homeschool Portfolios

Homeschool Portfolios

Create a homeschool portfolio for your child each year and you’ll have a permanent record of everything they’ve accomplished through the year. It will also become a keepsake in years to come. The time it takes to create a homeschool portfolio is time well spent and one of the best ways to showcase your...
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Best Homeschooling

Best Homeschooling

Veteran homeschooling mom and advocate Lillian Jones’ selections of the best homeschooling articles, resources, and more can be found at her Best Homeschooling site, where you’ll find no ads or affiliate links, and any references to resources by writers or site owner are simply informational. Don’t miss Lillian’s Homeschooling Gateway to the Internet, which...
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