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January 2012 Digital Magazine

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Do you feel let-down after the holidays or struggle to get back into the homeschooling routine? Get a prescription for January blues or homeschool discouragement. Boost your confidence to teach math and much more in this issue.

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Do you feel let-down after the holidays or struggle to get back into the homeschooling routine? This issue can help.

Check out publisher Gena Suarez’s video, which invites you into her home!

  • Get a prescription for January blues or homeschool discouragement.
  • If you move frequently, find helpful tips for making the most of your itinerant lifestyle and coping with constant change.
  • Boost your confidence to teach math and motivate your students.
  • Peruse our special drama section to find ideas for making drama and play-acting a part of your home education.
  • Spice up your schooling with exciting ideas for making history come alive. You’ll also find suggestions for a Revolutionary War unit study.
  • Learn how to improve your relationship with your child and successfully prepare him for life after school.
  • Investigate adding public speaking and/or debate to the subjects you teach.
  • Discover the ins and outs of military enlistment and how to train modern-day warriors.
  • Look for the new monthly column The Tech Homeschooler to help you learn about new technology and how to use it.
  • Look for our new Storytime section with a serialized story written by Rebekah Wilson.

 

Read the current TOS magazine online at www.TOSMagazine.com or on your mobile devices with the FREE mobile apps available at www.TOSApps.com.

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