Summer 2004 Back Issue
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Our Charlotte Mason Issue, and we also focus on the frontier!
Wow! Almost 200 pages of information in this issue. We are here to help you understand the Charlotte Mason method of homeschooling, gain more information on homeschooling the high schooler, and teach your child how to read. In addition, we focus on sharing with you LOTS of resources/information for your study of the frontier and westward movement. There is enough information here to create your own study!
Check out the list below for all that is included in this issue:
- Notebooking, Narration, Nature Study, Oh My!—Charlotte Mason experts GALORE! Catherine Levison, Cindy Rushton, Claire and Jill Novak, Elaine Depew.
- Special Feature: Out on the Frontier with Little Bear Wheeler; Visiting the “Little House on the Prairie” and talking with “Doc Baker”; Margie Gray talks about a pioneer lifestyle with Laura Ingalls Wilder.
- Jennifer Steward of Homeschool Units gives us LOTS of great resources for studying the Westward Movement.
- Top Hats and Parasols introduces us to The Deerslayer by James Fenimore Cooper.
- Read “Artists on Horseback” in the TOS Art Studio, and learn how to draw a horse.
- In Fine Arts and Music, we are introduced to Frederic Remington and have a lesson on drawing a covered wagon and ox.
- Janice VanCleave talks about “Women Pioneers of Medicine.”
- In HisStory, learn how to incorporate geography into a history lesson in “From Scotland to Calabar,” and be introduced to Mary Slessor.
- Read an interview with Rebekah Anast, homeschooling “pioneer” (part 1) in Chapel.
- In Homeschool Valedictoria, a homeschool graduate discusses “Homeschoolers entering the ‘Real World’.”
- Finishing the Race has some great information for parents worried about “Finishing the High School Years.”
- In Styles, read about “Taking School on the Road.”
- Homeschooling 101—Read how “The Lord Works in Mysterious Ways: Part II,” and learn about how one family made their own movie!
- The Good News in Homeschooling: The Daniel Generation.
- Homeschool Nation: Death of an American President: A Tribute to Ronald Reagan; understanding our liberties.
- What are the “Educational Influences in a Chaotic Culture?” The Media Spotlight tells you about them!
- Ken Ham discusses the “Gap Theory” (part 2 of 2).
- Meet Josh McDowell in the “Assembly Hall.”
- Gain some great tips for “Homeschooling on the Cheap” and summer gardening in Home Ec.
- In the Resource Room, Christine Field helps us get to the core of reading difficulties.
- In Kindergarten Korner, read part 2 of the interview with the creator of Rocket Phonics.
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Fall 2005 Back Issue$24.95 – $28.95
SOLD OUT! Our Fall 2005 issue is full of information to help your student get into the college of her choice, plus you’ll find great ideas on family crafts and favorite Christmas memories, featured in the “12 Days of Christmas” section of this great magazine!