What's in Practical Homeschooling #62?
- Solving the "fake homeschooler" menace, by publisher Mary Pride
- What Is Classical Education? Expert Martin Cothran explains how it works. Includes "Scope & Sequence" chart of what to teach at each level.
- Homeschool Business. Want to start your own? Here are some ideas and resources.
- Teaching Kids to Teach. A "dramatic" experience shows how this can be done.
- "Day at Our House" diary from the family of a Greek professor and a brand-new adoptive family
- A girl who raises prize llamas, a new Eagle Scout, and the national champion Civil Air Patrol Color Guard . . . more homeschool success stories
- Janice vanCleave, the Science Lady, explains what happens when a meteor(ite) hits the earth
- Want to save money and still provide a private-school-quality preschool education? Here's how. By Melissa Morgan, co-author of Homeschooling on a Shoestring
- 19th century communists were idealistic, unsuccessful . . . and anxious to help start a public school system in America for the first time. By education expert Sam Blumenfeld
- How to teach our kids good manners. By Home School Legal Defense Association Senior Counsel Christopher Klicka.
- How to measure and improve your child's grammar proficiency. By Michael Maloney, founder of the Quinte Learning Centers in Canada and winner of the Canada Post National Educator Literacy Award.
- Veteran homeschool dad Bill Pride answers the question, "What is the father's role in the homeschool?"
- Spring courses in political involvement
- New online algebra tutorial
- Where to get free wildlife pamphlets
- Where to get free CliffsNotes
- How did American kids do in the Program of International Student Assessment (PISA) tests?
- Foreign student host families wanted!
- Christian comics contest
- This book teaches kids to stop whining
- Pictorial guides to the Bible, Bible history, the Tabernacle, and Solomon's Temple
- Another pictorial guide to Christian Heritage in England
- All G.A. Henty's books . . . on CD-ROM!
- A family guide to Narnia
HOT PRODUCT REVIEWS
- Find out how famous ancient buildings and monuments might have been constructed, from a video series that covers: the Pyramids, Stonehenge, the Roman Colosseum, Inca buildings and bridges, and an Egyptian obelisk
- The new "Go Phonics" program
- A math game that should be easy to play if you like "Scrabble"
- Drafting skills for special students
- Play detective while learning reading comprehension
- A collection of programs to teach preschool skills
- A collection of programs for elementary math and reading
- Programs to give your kids a jump start on Spanish, French, German, and Italian
- A real "lab science" chemistry course for homeschoolers
- A classical education study course
- Rhetoric taught the "classical" way
- Contests for subscribers
- Envelope Gallery of homeschooled kids' art
- Ads with special offers
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