Posts Tagged ‘ homeschooling resources ’

Back Issue Sale

Back Issue Sale

The HEM Back Issue Sale offers 6 issue packages at $15.00 each postpaid, which saves $11.00 off the regular price! Every issue includes several feature articles, an interview, and columnists writing about a homeschool father’s perspective, political awareness and action, questions and answers about homeschooling, great homeschool resources and much more! Order back issue...
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A Learning Cooperative

A Learning Cooperative

“I couldn’t believe all the bones…” That’s one kid talking about dissecting owl pellets. Actually it was Micah, age eight, writing a newspaper article for the Once-in-a-Lifetime Paper. All of the writers were homeschoolers from three towns in northwest Iowa, and both the owl pellets and the newspaper were part of a six-week learning...
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Teaching Money Smarts

Teaching Money Smarts

In the Sept-Oct, 2009 issue of Home Education Magazine, Carron Armstrong shared an article, Teaching Money Smarts and Financial Responsibility, which discussed some of the issues facing parents trying to teach younger children how to handle money, such as whether or not to offer an allowance, and she discussed some resources to make that...
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Directing a Homeschool Play

Directing a Homeschool Play

Direct: to request or instruct with authority; to show or point out the way. That’s the Merriam-Webster definition. It looks easy when it’s written out like that and I’ve had my share of direction. That’s why, when the mothers of our homeschool group found a script online, they asked me to direct a homeschool...
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Balking at Fun Assignments

Balking at Fun Assignments

HEM’s Questions & Answers – November-December 2010 She’s Balking at My Fun Assignments I love planning and organizing the unit studies that have worked so well for our homeschool. But my daughter (almost 12) is balking at completing the assignments I work so hard to make fun for her. She thinks she can manage...
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