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What's in the Current Issue of Practical Homeschooling?


  • 2015 Practical Homeschooling Reader Awards — find out the BEST 301 curricula in dozens of subject areas!
  • EXCLUSIVE! We interview Logan Guleff, homeschooled winner of MasterChef Junior. How does his homeschool work?
  • A team of homeschooled kids ROCK Kickstarter with their innovative new product
  • Answers to 9 of the toughest questions homeschoolers ask, including how to homeschool a daydreamer and what to do when your child “plays dumb.”
  • What are the ingredients that make unschooling work…and what happens when they are missing?
  • A veteran homeschool mom of 7 children and a mom with a literature-based classical homeschool share their homeschool day


  • Lawyer Antony Kolenc explains how the rights of homeschooled children with special needs to access free, public services vary, state by state
  • Sam Blumenfeld shares, from his personal experience as student “back in the day,” the how government/civics education in schools has changed over the last 80 years
  • Bess Wuertz shows & tells how to purchase or create your own Montessori language-arts materials
  • Michele Lee knows not every family wants to do “real” dissections in science class — so she reviews 6 apps that teach this information digitally
  • Melissa Morgan has dozens of helpful (and mostly free!) suggestions for how to get your preschooler started on math
  • Dr. Kuni Beasley went to college on an ROTC scholarship. As a college/scholarship expert today, he tells you what you need to know to apply for and get one.
  • From best-selling author Janice VanCleave: some simple Spring science activities and facts.
  • Mary Pride sees that the pendulum has swung from the popular belief that “homeschooling is too hard” to a newer myth that “homeschooling takes no effort at all.” Here's what we need to tell our friends before they make the decision.
  • Anne Wegener answers the dreaded question, “What if I forget to teach them something?”


  • New report on what college grads wish they had been told BEFORE applying to college
  • Study shows teens have no clue about what other teens are really doing. Seriously!
  • Do students want to switch to an online SAT?
  • Some surprising statistics about the number of kids in preschool and the types of families that send preschoolers to school


  • Spelling You See - innovative new course from Math-U-See
  • A book that shows how classical education can be for special-needs kids, not just kids who are already academic top achievers
  • Dr. Jay Wile's new elementary science curriculum


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

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