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reviewed Public Libraries. June 23, 2011
posted in Green Living
Public Libraries
I love public libraries and would keep them around if I were in charge.     That may sound like a common statement, but in my case it's quite a generous compliment. I'm one of those …
reviewed Dual Enrollment. January 23, 2011
Dual Enrollment
   As a homeschooling family, we have opted to have our high-school age children dual enroll at our local community colleges.  While some homeschooling families might consider this a non-option …
reviewed Adelante Spanish Curriculum from Vist.... March 13, 2010
Adelante Spanish Curriculum from Vista Higher Learning
   Vista Higher Learning (www.vistahigherlearning.com) publishes a variety of foreign language study textbooks for the romance languages.  The homeschool extension school (Biola Star Academics) …
reviewed Abeka Phonics/reading curriculum. March 13, 2010
Abeka Phonics/reading curriculum
I have been homeschooling for 13 years now, graduating my oldest daughter in June! We have used a variety of curricula over the years, but I have to agree that Abeka's phonics is the gold standard. I …
reviewed Public Libraries. February 17, 2010
Public Libraries
WorldCat.org is the world library catalog. Use WorldCat to find books in libraries near you.      Tip: Most US public libraries will give you a library card if you live in the same …
reviewed Melissa and Doug Magnetic Calendar. February 14, 2010
Melissa and Doug Magnetic Calendar
   Are you tired of your smaller children asking you what the day and date is, well, then it is time to get them something to help them along. If not for them, then for your own sanity. You …
reviewed Alphabet Sound Puzzle by Melissa and .... February 13, 2010
Alphabet Sound Puzzle by Melissa and Doug
   If you are having trouble with teaching your child to learn the alphabet, you may want to give this learning alphabet board by Melissa and Doug a try. You can find this at most any place …
reviewed Public Libraries. February 10, 2010
posted in Green Living
Public Libraries
Even in this age where reduce, reuse and recycle are three ideas that are on the minds of many, one place may get overlooked for it's green services. I'll give you a hint ...Shhh... if you enjoy books, …
reviewed JumpStart 3D Virtual World. February 07, 2010
JumpStart 3D Virtual World - adventure based learning for kids
At the beginning of this school year my 2nd grader was having problems with reading. I had previously used several different cd-rom games for my older kids in the mid-90’s so I looked around and …
reviewed A Handbook for Reading (A Beka Book R.... February 05, 2010
A Handbook for Reading (A Beka Book Reading Program)
   Homeschooling materials come from a multitude of different vendors. I ran a homeschool lending library for a while, that along with 15 or so years of homeschooling have given me the opportunity …
reviewed Dual Enrollment. February 05, 2010
Dual Enrollment
Every college has different rules and different names for dual enrollment programs but they are prevalent throughout the nation. Some colleges offer several hours of tuition free classes and cut the fees …
reviewed Homeschool Cooperative. February 05, 2010
Homeschool co-ops
With budgets tight and extra money scarce, a lending library in your homeschool group or co-op is one way to benefit every member.  Do you have curriculum you only have half-finished before you realized …
reviewed Private School. February 03, 2010
Private School
  Make a list of what you want your child’s education to accomplish for him or her and your family.  Here is my example list for my oldest daughter:           …
reviewed Socialization. January 30, 2010
Socialization
   Socialization -this is such a hot button for me. I have been asked that one question thousands of times over the last 16 years of homeschooling. There are two sides and honestly, they are …
reviewed Homeschooling. January 28, 2010
Homeschooling
Tonight my son, Stanley, went to a meeting about his upcoming highschool graduation. He never attended public school. He is in his 5th semester at the University of North Alabama as an early scholar and …
reviewed Public Libraries. September 23, 2009
posted in Public Policy
Public Libraries
Here is one of those rare subjects I think just about all of us can agree on.  The public library is an absolutely indispensible part of any thriving community,  Libraries serve …
reviewed Saxon Math. July 30, 2009
Saxon Math
My husband and I have been homeschooling now for 12 years.  It has not been an easy road, but the benefits have certainly been worth it:  well adjusted kids who are excelling academically.  …
reviewed Parental Rights Amendment. June 22, 2009
Parental Rights
I was never into politics. I do vote though, despite the fact I don't believe things are as they seem and especially not as they are portrayed in mainstream media. I've been reviewing all this baby gear, …
reviewed Where We Stand: American Schools In T.... March 13, 2009
Where We Stand: American Schools In The 21st Century
Where We Stand: American Schools In The 21st Century is a great documentary! No, not because it makes America look bad, but because it exposes the problems with this system and will break every viewing …
reviewed The Underground History of American E.... March 04, 2009
posted in Eco-Babyz
Underground History of American Education
Have you recently had a conversation with an average twelve or fifteen year old who spends a good part of his day in a public school? Even better, have you heard the conversations of children that age …
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