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  • 2003 Reader Awards. Find out what the 154 best homeschool products are, according to our readers. Plus sidelights on some of the people behind the winning products.
  • Hiring a Tutor: what is it like and what are the legal issues?
  • A Day at Our House: how a Canadian family and a Detroit veterinarian homeschool their children


  • Our honeymoon with the media--is it over for homeschoolers? By Chris Klicka, Senior Counsel for Home School Legal Defense Association
  • Worldview training for peanuts. By Melissa Morgan, co-author of Homeschooling on a Shoestring
  • How to train your preschooler's memory. By retired kindergarten teacher and author June Oberlander
  • Survival training for the real world, through the magic of . . . . chores! By Mary Pride, the publisher of Practical Homeschooling and the mother of 9 totally homeschooled kids
  • Forgotten American History: The greatest revival in America's history. By education expert Sam Blumenfeld
  • How can you teach older and younger children at the same time . . . and when you shouldn't. By unit-studies and co-op pioneer Jessica Hulcy, co-author of the KONOS Curriculum
  • How to find a develop your special talents . . . and help others develop theris. By Kristin Hamerski, Miss Alaska Teen American Coed 2003
  • How to write effective essays for the SAT, college acceptance, and beyond. By Dave Marks of the National Writing Institute
  • Homeschool graduate Michael Reitz reminds us of the main reason we're homeschooling.


  • Adorably cute Latin books (no kidding!)
  • Amazingly cool rubber stamps that teach anatomy
  • The Lewis and Clark book with the most "bells and whistles"
  • Kyle Williams' "Seen and Heard," the first book of political punditry from a homeschooled teen
  • Critical thinking software: Math Blackout, Mind Benders, and Editor in Chief
  • Software to help you ace the SAT, PSAT, and ACT
  • A middle school software collection that's worth the money
  • A much-touted science software package that is NOT worth the money
  • Spotlight Review: The Phonetic Zoo, the new spelling program from the Institute for Excellence in Writing
  • Spotlight Review: Math-Teacher Plus, hotshot math software from Israel


  • How to enter our Photo Contest
  • How to submit "Day at Our House" diaries and "Show & Tell" success stories
  • Letters to the Editor
  • More contests for subscribers
  • Envelope Gallery of homeschooled kids' art
  • NewsShorts: a report on how homeschool grads are doing, what it takes to get into the Coast Guard Academy, and some facts on why you need a will
  • "Show & Tell" showcase of homeschool kids' success: Italian tennis champ and two art contest winners


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