March 2012 Digital Magazine - The Old Schoolhouse

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March 2012 Digital Magazine

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Whether you’re looking out your window at snow or watching the first tender shoots pop up from the ground—spring is on its way. Get ready for spring and spring gardens—plus teaching geography, great literature, and more!

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March 2012

Whether you’re looking out your window at snow or watching the first tender shoots pop up from the ground—spring is on its way.

Read the March 2012 issue of The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine to get ready for spring and spring gardens—plus teaching geography, great literature, and more!

  • Novice or experienced gardener? You’ll find plenty of advice for planting a garden. Don’t have much room for a garden? Even maintaining a few houseplants or window boxes can give you a springboard to related academic pursuits. Discover how to make gardening a character-training experience as your children literally reap the fruits of their labors.
  • Rejuvenate your homeschool with teaching tips that will help make learning (and teaching) fun again: teaching preschoolers the Bible, developing a love for literature and using books as stepping stones for unit studies, making geography a fun adventure, and other great ideas!
  • In Part II of his Google Earth article, Andy Harris shares features that are so cool, you won’t even need to tell your kids they are learning.

With almost 150 pages, you’ll find just what you need to leave winter behind. Then experience the magazine with all the video extras, hyperlinks, and interactive features!

 

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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