What’s in the Current Issue of Practical Homeschooling?
- One formerly hot educational trend has met diminishing returns. Another stalls. A new trend takes off. And another one bears careful watching.
- Your library offers more than you know (even after reading last issue’s article) – including some high-tech options that weren’t even available a few years ago.
- How to beat the “winter homeschool blues”
- Homeschooling one student is a challenge. Teaching more can be chaos! Top strategies for bringing sanity to your homeschool
- A family from NY compares an “ideal” homeschool day with their “real” day
- Meet a family that homeschools from their RV!
- Attorney Antony Kolenc on the legal ins and outs of using charter schools to teach at home.
- Magda Jackson shares tips for homeschooling several small children . . . when you are expecting another!
- Melissa Morgan’s top tips for teaching little ones the concepts of times & seasons.
- Bess Wuertz shares some “Montessori ways” to observe celebrations & holidays.
- Mary Pride offers 4 top tips to encourage reluctant emerging readers.
- Bill Pride on ways to make STEM cool to middle schoolers.
- Best-selling science author Janice VanCleave shows how to make a Sun-Earth-Moon model.
- College-prep expert Dr. Kuni Beasley know exactly what colleges need in a homeschool transcript. Detailed article with examples.
- Anne Wegener has an inspiring message about how her family has reached out to international guests over the holidays.
- Virtual & augmented reality in schools is getting a $680,000 federal boost
- Corporal punishment in schools: the current situation
- New study on what chores – and grades – are worth to parents
- Research on what parents share about their kids on social media.
- Kindergarten “readiness” – why do kids need to be tested for this, again?
- “Rhetoric” is one of the classical skills. This Christian course teaches it the classical way.
- What you don’t know about the Big Bang model – gorgeous DVD lays out the astronomy not taught in schools
- What is “executive function”? And why does your student need it?
- How to make writing letters more exciting.
- A great introduction to the fiber arts.
- “Scratch” your way to programming.
- A different kind of history: this “music lab” teaches the history of rock music!
- How to get started in homeschooling
- Contests for subscribers with awesome prizes!
- Envelope Gallery of kids’ art
- Ads with special offers
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