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Spring 2008 Back Issue

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The spring issue of TOS is not to be missed. Learn how to play (and teach) the violin, study zebras, making and using biodiesel, homeschool lessons through gardening & much more! Buy your copy of this great issue today!

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Look for hundreds of pages of practical and inspirational content. Designed by your fellow homeschoolers, TOS understands the real issues and challenges that home educators grapple with and presents solutions with wit and insight. Look for the following columns, representing just a sampling of the resources you’ll find in the pages of The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine:

  • Teachers’ Lounge
  • Show & Tell
  • HomeschoolBlogger
  • Show & Tell, Too
  • Homeschool Nation
  • Young Patriots
  • Finishing the Race
  • Homeschool Valedictoria
  • Chapel
  • Never Alone
  • Homeschooling 101
  • Resource Room
  • Homeschool Lab

The spring issue of TOS is not to be missed. It provides product reviews, teaching ideas, and numerous articles written by your favorite homeschool experts.

You get so much more in The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine:

  • Our Excellence in Education Awards.
  • Teaching and learning classical violin.
  • Homeschool lessons through gardening.
  • Homeschool units: “Nuclear Energy: A Primer.”
  • Making and using biodiesel.
  • Serving the Lord with gladness.
  • A tribute to our fathers, mothers, and heroes.
  • A missionary family homeschools in Canada .
  • A field trip to the zoo: zebras!
  • How to homeschool a preschooler—should we?
  • Educational freedom under FIRE.
  • You can sell YOUR E-Books to homeschoolers.
  • School in a suitcase—homeschooling on the road.
  • You do it—The Flameproof Balloon.
  • “A Quick Road Trip Through HomeschoolBlogger.”
  • Product reviews.
  • And much more!

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