Trial and Error

Saturday, 18 July 2015 by
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  My house is known for the many scientific failures that have graced our kitchen. Had we performed the experiment using the Scientific Method, we might not have had as many disasters. Anna Crisostomo provides presentations with links to videos, experiments, and further reading. There are six lessons available to help elementary and middle school
The Old Schoolhouse Magazine - Summer 2015
  Click on the Article Below to Read   Article Spotlight~ *If you are going to take a vacation, make it a learning experience for your children. *Involve your children in the process of planning a vacation! *Teach your children about finances, marine habitats, and so much more just by vacationing in “Florida’s Playground!” *If

Reading, Writing, Rehearsing

Friday, 17 July 2015 by
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  What’s that you say? Those aren’t the traditional three R’s? That is what makes stand out from the rest of the curricula available today. We recognize there are many different approaches to homeschooling. We have courses to fit virtually every need. How to Write and Produce a Play with Marci Hanks is a

The Homeschool Minute ~ Field Trips

Thursday, 16 July 2015 by
Field Trips The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine is YOUR trade magazine for family education. Stay subscribed to this newsletter becausethis is the place where we give FREE education gifts on a regular basis. Read the magazine anytime, 24/7, It’s the Family Education Magazine! Hey Mama     Gena Suarez, Publisher of TOS  Hey Mama, Our

Managing a Household

Thursday, 16 July 2015 by
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  Parents know that managing a household is harder than we thought it would when we were children. Many different skills play a role in the smooth functioning of any home. Home Economics with Heather Leach will help elementary students begin to understand some of those skills, beginning with the growth of the whole person.
The Old Schoolhouse Magazine - Summer 2015
  Click on the Article Below to Read   Article Spotlight~ *Make history come alive for your children by visiting historical sites! *Educate your children in a fun, hands-on fashion by taking them to places like Tombstone or Appomattox! *Give your children real experiences with history by taking them to historical places… who knows, Billy

When the Desk Isn’t Necessary

Wednesday, 15 July 2015 by
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  Sometimes when we homeschool, the desk simply isn’t necessary. Ditch the Desk with Jennifer Holden contains weekly and monthly unit studies that examine topics such as being an author or illustrator, baking with math, cold and insulation, the life of frontier photographer Evelyn Cameron, the journey from ranch to burger, the ocean, and even
If you don’t speak a foreign language yourself (or it has been years since you last used your second language for anything more complex than naming colors or counting) the idea of teaching your child to speak another language can be daunting! Fortunately whether you are looking for Mandarin Chinese, ASL, Spanish or something else entirely there are programs

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