Fall 2010 Back Issue
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Buried in schoolbooks? Juggling home and school? Already bogged down prodding, pushing, and spurring your children to learn? Inspire yourself & your students, and let Deborah Wuehler and many others help you today!
Buried in schoolbooks? Juggling home and school?
Already bogged down prodding, pushing, and spurring your children to learn?
Depend on The Old Schoolhouse® to help you make the new school year enjoyable for everyone. Inspire yourself and your students with the new Fall issue of The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine.
Look ahead to Thanksgiving with Deborah Wuehler.
- Revive a spirit of thankfulness in your children.
- Help your family discover why God’s children should choose thankfulness rather than self-pity.
Count on the best advice for homeschooling your high school student.
- Create transcripts (even if you need one tomorrow).
- Prepare teens for the job market.
- Investigate the value of dual-enrollment classes.
- Consider whether a fifth year will benefit your high schooler.
Dads, make an indispensable contribution to your children’s education. Read about “Spiritual Leadership” and how to “Wholly” parent your teens while staying strong in your convictions.
Examine the methods of successful homeschool entrepreneurs with . . .
- Steve Morales of Freedom Film Distributors—”An Entrepreneur Who Dreams Big”!
- An interview with Amanda Bennett about her new unit study series and participation in homeschool conferences.
- Information about micro businesses and the best micro businesses for teens.
- Franklin Springs Family Media and how they “Build . . . Up Families, One Film at a Time.”
Remind yourself why you homeschool with Karen Kunkel’s top ten reasons for homeschooling, and regain your passion for teaching your children.
Find your way and allow Maggie Hogan to tell you why and how to teach geography.
Explore the world of literature.
- Articles by Martin Cothran and Andrew Pudewa, Beth Hempton, and Ruth Hoskins discuss the elements of novels and how students learn to analyze novels.
- Jan Bloom and Sarah Clarkson provide suggestions for books to read, even if your children can’t bear to read one more classic novel.
Stretch your finances with biblical financial advice from Dave Ramsey for you and your teens. Help your children be “Money-Smart” with tips from Bob Masterson.
Think hard and solve Ruth Beechick’s brain teasers.
Abandon “text speak” and implement fabulous tips from Carol Barnier to enable your students to spell successfully.
Make “cheap and cheerful” projects from fabric with Molly Green. Create memories with embroidery floss and scraps of leftover cross-stitch fabric.
Answer the “What’s for dinner?” question with a well-stocked freezer. Then delight friends and family members with gifts made from the bounty of your garden.
Grab the advice you need to improve, survive, and enjoy your homeschool days. Begin your school year with a subscription to The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine!