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reviewed The Well-Adjusted Child: The Social B.... January 27, 2011
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The Well-Adjusted Child: The Social Benefits of Homeschooling
"Once upon a time, all children were homeschooled. They were not sent away from home each day to a place just for children but lived, learned, worked, and played in the real world, alongside adults …
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 …
posted a Quick Tip about The Underground History of American E.... May 24, 2010
Underground History of American Education
An eye opener! You'll never view public education the same way again! It will answer many questions about why public school is what it is.
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 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 Ancient China: To the Great Wall...an.... April 28, 2009
Ancient China: To the Great Wall...and Beyond
I am extremely impressed with Ancient China: To the Great Wall...and Beyond by Judy Wilcox. Judy has created a resource that is fun, easy-to-use, and chock full of information about China (from ancient …
reviewed Media Literacy Grade 6. April 28, 2009
Media Literacy Grade 6 Melissa Hart
Advertising is everywhere! The average one-hour television show now has 18 minutes of advertising. Corporations spend millions of dollars on TV, radio, newspaper, magazine, Internet and even video game …
reviewed Dinosaur Activity Book. April 28, 2009
Dinosaur Activity Book
The Wonders of God's World Dinosaur Activity Book by Earl & Bonita Snellenberger is the perfect resource for teaching your elementary-age children about dinosaurs. If it is used during family reading …
reviewed Hands-On Math Projects With Real-Life.... April 28, 2009
Hands-On Math Projects With Real-Life Applications
This is a must-have resource for all home school families! The book includes 60 lesson plans that reinforce math concepts and make learning math interesting and fun. Most important, it gives students …
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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