Posts Tagged ‘ Valerie Bonham Moon ’

Homeschooling or Politics?

In a post titled “What is the priority for HSLDA? Homeschooling or politics?” Valerie Bonham Moon examines the strangely spiraling-out-of-control situation involving HSLDA and the U.S. military: “I’ve already commented on the inappropriate connection the National Guard has with the Home School Legal Defense Association (HSLDA): National Guard and HSLDA. The connection seems to...
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Reading Lessons

Reading Lessons

In her article titled "Reading Lessons" for the March-April 1997 issue of Home Education Magazine, Valerie Bonham Moon describes how her children learned to read by being read to: "The skill of divining the sense of arbitrary ink marks on paper isn't taught from other arbitrary ink marks in books. As with the spoken...
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Homeschool Writer's Test

Valerie Bonham Moon writes: "Since the general public embraces the practice of testing people to see if they are qualified to work at a job, or hold a position of influence, I've put together what is perhaps the first test for non-homeschool writers who want to write about homeschooling."
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Military Homeschooling

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.
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