What's in Practical Homeschooling #64?
- Mandatory mental health screenings: best-selling author B.K. Eakman warns about a truly BAD idea that threatens us all
- Buying and selling used curriculum: here's how to do it right
- How to create your own homeschool. yearbook
- Teen homeschooler goes on a mission trip to Africa
- "Day at Our House" diary from a Kansas farm family and a multiracial adoptive family
- Homeschooled boy writes book about how to build battling 'bots
- Miss Maryland Pre-Teen is homeschooled!
- Homeschooler wins the federal Junior Duck Stamp Competition
- Two homeschooled students are winners of the Idea of America Essay Contest
- NEW COLUMN! M.I.T. graduate Bill Pride explains why colleges yearn for students proficient in science and math, and what moves homeschoolers should make to take advantage of this
- Janice vanCleave, the Science Lady, explains how flies walk on the ceiling.
- How to get a preschooler ready for handwriting. By Melissa Morgan, co-author of Homeschooling on a Shoestring
- Why and how you should get to know your state legislator. By education expert Sam Blumenfeld
- A legal view of the proposed mandatory mental health screenings. By Home School Legal Defense Association Senior Counsel Christopher Klicka.
- Help for developing fluent handwriting. By Michael Maloney, founder of the Quinte Learning Centers in Canada and winner of the Canada Post National Educator Literacy Award.
- The fun and educational value of dressing up. By Kristin Hamerski, Miss Alaska National Senior Teen-Ager 2004, winner of the Spirit of Youth Award, and First Lady Volunteer of the Year 2005.
- Where to rent educational DVDs
- New SAT prep courses
- The Physics Talent Search
- Where to find academic summer camps
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- Learn writing while putting together your family's history
- Become a "fallacy detective"
- Learn the basics of accounting . . . while still in high school
- A money management tool for kids
- A colorful set of games that teaches music theory to beginners
- A history series that's set in stone . . . literally!
- A guide to teaching history through literature
- Online middle-school and high-school courses with a great interface
- Computer software that teaches geometry and algebra . . . with style!
- A 100-year-old collection of history books that tells the story newer textbooks don't
- Contests for subscribers
- Envelope Gallery of homeschooled kids' art
- Ads with special offers
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