What’s in the Current Issue of Practical Homeschooling?
- Morning Baskets What are they? Why are they so popular? How can you make one?
- Skilled Jobs: A 2-part section on what you need to know about these lucrative alternatives to four-year college degrees
- Emily Redman tells us about what we can learn . . . and implement in our own homeschools . . . from German
“Waldkindergarten” (Forest Schools)
- Share a homeschool day with a family that has their own homeschool business,
and one that recently lost their home in a massive forest fire
- Mary Pride says it’s time to take a closer look at “dirty jobs”
- Attorney Antony Kolenc tells us what laws govern when and how much our homeschooled
students can work for pay. Plus, state by state chart of child labor laws!
- Emily Redman explores the wonderful educational world of blocks
- Melissa Morgan provides 10 simple steps to superior study skills
- Melissa Williamson opens our eyes to fun and fancy electives for
middle-school students. Clogging, anyone?
- Janice Campbell knows we all need a break . . . and why one can actually improve your homeschool!
- Real online learning vs. hybrid learning.
- The (possible) coming teacher exodus.
- Schoolkids’ privacy takes a beating.
- We review an elementary arithmetic program modeled on the math-teaching methods of Charlotte Mason
- We review a book that will help you understand where cancel
culture comes from, why civil discourse is suffering, and how to prepare your children
to face this world
- Contests for subscribers with awesome prizes!
- Ads with special offers
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