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What's in Practical Homeschooling #100?


  • Why we have published PHS for 100 issues - and what we offer for your future success
  • Homeschooling Yesterday... and Tomorrow. Six top homeschool pioneers and leaders share some surprising insights.
  • "Something Funny Happened on the Way to Our (Homeschool) Forum." Practical tips and benefits of creating an online forum for your co-op kids.
  • Homeschooling's finest political hour... and why we need to remember that what we did before, we can do again.
  • The latest ACT exam results - including those for homeschoolers
  • Our readers share their opinion of PHS's "dense and chewy" format (meaning more information in a format that gets right to the point) vs. the "light and fluffy" style favored by some others
  • She homeschools AND runs a home daycare. How does this mom do it?
  • Success story: award-winning homeschooled harpist is just 9 years old


  • Classical education expert Diane Lockman shares 2 ways folks from unprivileged backgrounds can give their tots the same vocabulary boost as those from Ivy League families
  • Don Aslett, the world's #1 cleaning and time-management expert, explains how to sidestep interruptions before they derail your homeschool day
  • Best-selling science author Janice VanCleave with a lesson on how to teach about color science (roses are red, but WHY are they red?)
  • Melissa Morgan, co-author of Homeschooling on a Shoestring, helps you jumpstart your little ones' work ethic with 20 Top Tips on Chores Toddlers Love
  • Education expert Sam Blumenfeld reveals a simple method that could provide you material for your own book someday
  • Homeschool author Rhonda Barfield has the answer for extracuricular burnout


  • September is a special month for THIS important activity
  • And for THIS one
  • Youth Science Day in October - where to find online lessons
  • Just how ready are American high-school graduates for college?


  • My Father's World K-12 curriculum


  • Latin course on DVD teaches phrases right from the start
  • Notebooking, timelining, and mini-bookleting your way to greater retention
  • Classical astronomy: the part of the medieval Quadrivium nobody teaches today. Unless they have this course.
  • What do you do after you graduate your 10 kids from high school at age 12 and from grad school at 16? Among other things, you write this book.


  • Contests for subscribers with awesome prizes!
  • Envelope Gallery of kids' art
  • Ads with special offers


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