Summer 2005 Back Issue


SOLD OUT! Our Special Needs and International Homeschooling Issue! This issue has some great stories to share from families around the world; including the UK & Japan! Plus read about teaching your special needs student, and much more!




Our Special Needs and International Homeschooling Issue!

Have you ever wondered what it was like to homeschool in another country? The Summer 2005 issue has some great stories to share from families around the world. Unfortunately, not all of the stories are positive as some families are fighting for the most basic right to school their children at home. This issue is also full of wonderful information for those families involved with homeschooling special needs children, including gifted (or advanced) children. There are over 200 pages of articles in our summer 2005 issue including a new section called The Natural Schoolhouse!

  • Homeschooling Around the World: The International Homeschool Community. Read about homeschooling elsewhere in the world—the UK, Japan, Switzerland, and Germany.
  • Special Feature: an EXPANDED Resource Room for special needs homeschoolersincludes resources for reading difficulties, autism, and sign language; read articles about homeschooling children with special needs—autism, Down syndrome, hyperactivity, and giftedness; Christine Field shares information on art and music therapy and how it can help special needs children, as well as her own experience homeschooling a special needs child.
  • Learn about our new website,!
  • The Natural Schoolhouse debuts with the articles “Natural Supplementation for Improving Behavior and Learning” and “The Basic Medicine Cabinet.”
  • Jenefer Igarashi talks about “Spotting a Fellow Stranger”—what’s the difference between “looking like a Christian” and “living our lives as Christians?”
  • “Make Your Kitchen a Classroom” Martha Greene shows us how to train our children to be helpers in the kitchen by teaching them kitchen skills they will need as adults.
  • Kindergarten Korner “The Pleasures of Preschoolers” explains many ways that moms can help their preschoolers learn even while they may be busy teaching the older students.
  • Meet homeschool art prodigy, Akiane and see some of her wonderful artwork!
  • Young Patriots “To Be Or Not to Be?” discusses what part Christians should play in the political process .
  • Finishing the Race This section contains two articles, one on homeschooling entrepreneurs and a second on exchange students.
  • Homeschool Valedictoria Read about a homeschool graduate and her ministry through music.
  • Part 3 of Debi Pearl’s excerpts from Created to be His Help Meet .
  • Never Alone Is God with me when everything goes wrong?
  • Homeschooling 101 Creative Ways to Teach Communication Skills. Meet Jim Weiss, a favorite storyteller among homeschoolers!
  • Styles Debra Bell answers our questions about homeschooling through high school.
  • This issue contains information on homeschooling a gifted student.



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