Fall 2006 Back Issue


The main themes of our Fall 2006 issue are high school & higher education, but this time we include: a holiday section including lost arts, a timeline of medical history and joining together worldwide, to educate our children at home.

International customers: Please note, we regret that we are unable to ship physical products to a few countries due to USPS restrictions. If we are unable to due to the restrictions, you will be refunded immediately.


The main themes of our Fall 2006 issue are high school & higher education,a holiday section including lost arts, and a timeline of medical history.

Contents include:

  • From Our Family To Yours Meet the publishers of The Old Schoolhouse®Magazine in Dandridge, Tennessee.
  • Editorial JenIg tells you how to make a monster—or not.
  • Chapel One thing you can’t live without will cost you all you have.
  • Teachers’ Lounge Exchange ideas with and enjoy hearing from other homeschoolers.
  • Show and Tell Join us for a visit with homeschooling families who have opened their homes to you!
  • HomeschoolBlogger Benefits of Internet blogging and what you need to know about copyright.
  • Show and Tell, Too Fine arts focus, the music and math connection, and more!
  • Media Spotlight More on unschooling, and homeschoolers using film production for Christian witness.
  • Young Patriots Three homeschool students participate in government and politics in three great ways.
  • Finishing the Race 33 electives Christine Field evaluated for you; testing information; benefits of portfolio preparation; a transcript checklist, homeschool-friendly college directory, and more!
  • Homeschool Valedictoria This homeschool grad shares her experience living and learning abroad for a year after high school.
  • Homeschooling 101 Dr. Ruth Beechick explains why two grammar “rules” are really grammar myths!
  • Special Feature Offering thanks at Thanksgiving and looking forward to Christ’s nativity with our special 12 days of Christmas!
  • Styles The passion behind Christian Cottage Unit Studies.
  • Homeschool Units Amanda Bennett brings you a unit study all about the history of medicine in the U.S.
  • Little Artists How to draw reindeer, plus lots of interesting facts about them!
  • Home Ec Martha Greene shares a step-by-step guide to a home- and heart-warming midwinter gathering, plus a simple but delightful sewing project from Rebekah Wilson.
  • Field Trip Tips for travel to the UK!
  • The Natural Schoolhouse Preserving the bounty of harvest through canning, plus some simple Christmas gifts from your homestead.
  • Contests for Readers See all the prizes we’re giving away in this issue!
  • Lab More product reviews by real homeschoolers!
  • The Last Laugh Another Haptoon, plus cartoons by a homeschooler.
  • Graduates TOS congratulates homeschool graduates!

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