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Dispelling Homeschooling Myths

We were avoiding the summer heat at the local mall last year, when an older woman walked up to us and asked why the kids weren’t in school. I told her, with a grin, that we homeschool, and enjoy finding new ways to get our work done while not melting in the heat.

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Summer Survival Guide | Summer 2018

Update: This issue is with the printer, and we will have it in the mail next Wednesday, barring unforeseen circumstances. One of the first things we learned that first summer after withdrawing the boys from school was that anything could be educational, and learning was quite literally…everywhere. Even so, I couldn’t get myself out of […]

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Nobody Said Homeschooling Was This Hard

Those days where you can’t seem to do anything right, when everything you try, and everything you say just seems to anger your teens or soon-to-be teens makes you question yourself. Doubts creep up (or sometimes pounce) on you, and you wonder why no one ever told you that homeschooling would be this hard.

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Winter 2017 | Homeschooling with Games

In every culture throughout history, humans have played games. Some were educational, and some were just for fun, but no matter their purpose, games are a terrific way to bring some fun into your education. Update 12/1/2017: This issue is going to the printer on Monday – make sure you reserve a copy, because when […]