Article Spotlight ~ Life Lessons From Literature – By Jennifer Courtney
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*When is our job of teaching our children how to read done?
*Is it enough to teach our children to read so that they become fluent readers, or do we have deeper goals?
*Do you just want your children to gain knowledge or do you want more?
*It’s important to begin with the end in mind.
*What is the importance behind having our children read quality literature and stories from history?
*Learning life lessons through literature.
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Looking for some light in the darkness that seems to follow Christmas? If you’re experiencing a winter slump, the latest issue of The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine will help you do more than slog through January and February.
Dr. Mary Hood guides you through the winter doldrums with ideas for re-evaluating and doing something she calls a “winterim project.” Adam Andrews shares a great book to read together this season and help you redeem these “Dog Days of winter.” Other articles on planning and organizing, special needs, teaching tips, or homeschooling on a budget will inspire and encourage you as you look forward to spring.
Read the new January/February issue of TOS magazine online at www.TOSMagazine.com or on your mobile devices with the FREE mobile apps available at www.TOSApps.com. It may be dark and dreary outside, but in the pages of the magazine are light and hope to help you conquer those winter blues.
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