What's in Practical Homeschooling #61?
- How to be your family's own guidance counselor. Worried about the whole college entrance game? We have a blueprint to help you through it.
- From Homeschool to Home Run. What one homeschooled boy learned by playing baseball.
- Who is a homeschooler's real "peer group"?
- A college instructor shares her take on the difference between homeschooled and public schooled students
- Law school at home? It's for real! Here's how you can join the bar without ever going off to school.
- "Day at Our House" diary . . . how a ten-year veteran does it
- Christian Youth Theater, 4-H, and AWANA . . . how homeschoolers have succeeded in all three
- NEW! Janice vanCleave, the Science Lady, joins us to explain how daylight savings time works, plus hands-on science activities
- What does yor preschooler need to learn, and how can you teach it? By Melissa Morgan, co-author of Homeschooling on a Shoestring
- The alphabet -- foundation of modern Western culture. By education expert Sam Blumenfeld
- Educational tax credits and their implications for homeschoolers. By Home School Legal Defense Association Senior Counsel Christopher Klicka.
- How to measure and improve your child's reading comprehension. By Michael Maloney, founder of the Quinte Learning Centers in Canada and winner of the Canada Post National Educator Literacy Award.
- Homeschool and law-school graduate Michael Reitz explains how homeschoolers should respond to negative media attention.
- Scholarships for homeschool exchange students
- Christian kids essay contest with a BIG prize
- Beautiful mother/daughter books
- "I Saw the Angel in the Marble" by Elijah Company's Ellyn Davis
- A book of games and activities that build vocabulary
- Janice vanCleave's new "Science Around the World" book
- Two new books from the "Managers of Their Homes" lady
- Transcript Pro software gets your records ready to send to college admissions officials
- Ancient History from Primary Sources: A Literary Timeline
- Hot Dog Stand teaches basic economics to kids
- Simple software tht teaches world geography, the Shorter Catechism, and New Testament Greek vocabulary
- Zoombini Island Odyssey
- A simple introduction to computer science, written just for homeschoolers
- Want timelines and notebook starters for Bible, church history, and geography? This software does it for you.
- A course in leadership for teens and above
- Contests for subscribers
- Envelope Gallery of homeschooled kids' art
- Time-sensitive ads with special offers for fall curriculum
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