Posts Tagged ‘ homeschool ’

Sane for the Holidays

hat tip Cheryl M. In the November/December 2009 issue of Secular Homeschooling, Deborah Markus’s article, “Staying Sane at Holiday Gatherings” has some humorous but helpful tips for dealing with the complicated situations which frequently arise during holiday gatherings. excerpt: Here’s something you might like to teach your kids to say, in case you’re not...
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Thinking Mom’s Resources

Christine’s Favorite Websites for Homeschooling Information, Support and/or Encouragement and Information about Teaching Children – a marvelous collection: Thinking Mother’s Favorite Websites for Homeschooling.
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Parent at the Helm

Parent at the Helm

One of our strongest and most respected voices for homeschooling, our longest running HEM columnist and the author of many of homeschooling’s most beloved books, steps out on a new path for families with a new blog titled Parent at the Helm: Hi. By way of introduction, I’m Linda Dobson. In a nutshell? I’m...
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Nov-Dec Issue of HEM

Nov-Dec Issue of HEM

In the November-December issue of Home Education Magazine our featured writers address homeschooling children of different ages, helping children become interested in and respectful of the natural world, learning history by producing a short drama, helping older kids and young adults learn about financial management, using writing contests to encourage kids to write, and...
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Almighty Dad

Almighty Dad

Keith Wilcox is Almighty Dad. His blog says so. Indisputably. And he had me at this sentence: “All the money in the world cannot hold a candle to enjoying time with my kids.” Keith has a sense of humor and he’s not afraid to brandish it, but he also has a sense of what’s...
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