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Valentine’s Day and Preschoolers

Friday, 07 February 2014 by
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Homegrown Preschool has an amazing month of all-new activities in February to help your little ones develop social/emotional, literacy, and gross motor skills, plus have fun with science, sensory learning, math, manipulatives, and language, while learning about love and Valentine’s Day.   Bonnie Rose Hudson Editorial Assistant The Old Schoolhouse’s® SchoolhouseTeachers.com The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine, LLC

The Homeschool Minute ~ Deborah Wuehler

Thursday, 06 February 2014 by
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                   What Electives Are Essential? The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine is YOUR trade magazine for family education. Stay subscribed to this newsletter because this is the place where we give FREE education gifts on a regular basis. Read the magazine anytime, 24/7 at www.TOSMagazine.com. It’s the Family Education Magazine! Mercy Every Minute   

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  Click on the Article Below to Read   Article Spotlight~ *Your imagination can help strengthen your brain! *Have you and your students discovered creative writing? *Is Creative Writing a superfluous subject? *How does one go about teaching Creative Writing? *What ways can you incorporate creative writing into your curriculum?   Have you read the

Norman Rockwell in Everyday Easels

Thursday, 06 February 2014 by
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If you don’t know where to start with art, you need to visit Everyday Easels. Everyday Easels features a different work of art every two weeks, approaching these famous pieces from many angles, including art, history, geography, writing, science, hands-on activities, and even physical education and health. This week, we have the perfect piece of art

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  Click on the Article Below to Read   Article Spotlight~ *How can you raise a writer? *What writing hazards does your child face? *Writers need people!  Do your children get exposure to people of all ages? *How does technology affect writing? *Can an abundance of writing improve spelling abilities and grammar issues?    

Pre-K Activities: Read and Play Returns!

Wednesday, 05 February 2014 by
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Twice a month, new Star Contributor Sarah Gilbert will share lots of fun ways you can bring reading time alive for your preschoolers with Pre-K Activities: Read and Play. February’s first picture book is Library Lion by Michelle Knudsen. Enjoy games, crafts, and ideas to make your story time “roar” to life!   Bonnie Rose Hudson Editorial

Welcome to our monthly Spotlight on Five!     You Can Homeschool Your Child with Special Needs  Judi Munday, M.A.; M.Ed. Special Needs Educational Consultant In recent years, more families choose to teach their children with special needs at home. Homeschooling can ensure an appropriate education, because one-size-fits-all public instruction has left more children behind. Thanks

Join The Old Schoolhouse® and SchoolhouseTeachers.com for a Facebook party announcing the winner of the writing contest. WHEN: Thursday, February 13, 2014 9:00 pm eastern / 6:00 pm Pacific WHERE:  https://www.facebook.com/theoldschoolhouse?ref=hl   We need you to choose our children’s storybook-writing contest winner! The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine, SchoolhouseTeachers.com, and EZTales.com sponsored the storybook-writing contest for children

Train up a child in the way he should go and when he is old, he will not depart from it. - Proverbs 22:6
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