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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 […]

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Winter 2015 | Making Connections

In just a few days, subscribers will have their hands on the latest edition of Learning Tangent in full color, on beautiful, glossy paper. A magazine created by homeschoolers for homeschoolers, no matter what your faith path may be. Here’s a little taste of the great articles in store for you! A Year of Making […]

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Fall 2015 | Homeschool Science

Log in with a FREE account to read this. Can we tell you how excited we are about this issue? It’s gorgeous, full-color, 36 pages -and it’s not full of ads. We limit the amount of ads to about 10%, because we believe that you deserve more great articles than ads, and our advertisers deserve […]

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Summer 2015 | Summer Activities

Login with a FREE account to read the free edition. Buy a single print issue now, or subscribe to have it delivered to your home for a year! It’s official, summer is here! In this issue: Plant a Garden Take it Outside Learn to make salves Letting Go PENMANSHIP CONTEST! Are you a digital subscriber? Log […]

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Spring 2015 | New Beginnings

Cristi Taijeron helps you (or your kids) write the book you always wanted; the Homesteading Homeschooler shares some of her adventures; Tavia Fuller Armstrong and Tina Hollenbeck share inside information on prepping for convention season and curriculum purchases.