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Summer 2017 | Working Homeschoolers

Have you ever wondered how you could possibly homeschool because you still have to make a living? You won’t want to miss this issue. This summer, we’re taking time to focus on adding some much-needed money to your family’s bottom line. Whether you need a full-time income or just a little to supplement, we’re here again (and […]

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Spring 2017 | Giving with an Open Heart

We often talk about how good homeschooling is for our family – and it is! Even with the bad days, the days full of fights and arguments over how or whether to finish schoolwork, it’s worth it. But as homeschoolers, and indeed, as humans, we also enjoy reaching out to help our local community. It’s through community […]

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Winter 2016 | Homeschooling Abroad

Did your school year get off to a rough start? Find out how to come back strong in the second half. “You don’t have to be an avid sports fan to appreciate the thrill of seeing an underdog team come back from behind for an amazing second half win. Somehow you know, when they emerge […]

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Fall 2016 | Homeschooling High School

WOW! Can you believe the choices we have? Homeschoolers have always had more freedom of choice than those in schools, but it seems that the high school choices get a bit, well, confusing. With that in mind, we are proud to present the Fall issue: Homeschooling High School. We have an article-packed issue for you, with […]

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Summer 2016 | Unschooling Homeschoolers

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Log in with a FREE account  to read our free edition, published as a community service. You see, we understand that there are those families who truly love the magazine, but can’t afford it. This is for you. There are more ads, but we’re pretty sure you’ll forgive us… and if this is the first […]

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Spring 2016 – More Than Just a Label

This issue, we decided to focus on kids who fall outside the norm. The school system often falls short for kids, and whether yours are gifted, special needs, or somewhere in the middle, the key to success is patience and flexibility. Ads suck. Subscribers can login and read without the interference. Special needs – more […]