Summer 2006 Back Issue
$24.95 – $28.95
SOLD OUT! Welcome, summer! The perfect time to lounge under a shade tree with a glass of cold lemonade and this issue of The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine! Relax & enjoy summer, with a good dose of encouragement, advice and more!
Welcome, summer! The perfect time to lounge under a shade tree with a glass of cold lemonade and this issue of The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine!
Our Summer 2006 issue includes:
- From Our Family To Yours Meet the publishers of The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine in Dandridge, Tennessee.
- Editorial Every homeschooling parent’s worst nightmare is thinking you’ve lost the battle for your child’s heart. What do you do when you think you’ve lost them?
- Chapel How do you homeschool the child who’s a determined rebel?
- Teachers’ Lounge Exchange ideas with and enjoy hearing from other homeschoolers.
- Show and Tell Five completely different families, but all so passionate about home education!
- Show and Tell, Too Meet Cindy Downes, homeschool mentor extraordinaire, and find out how homeschoolers everywhere can pool their purchasing power.
- Media Spotlight Do you believe everything you hear in the news? The uneasy relationship between Christians and the media.
- Kindergarten Korner The best of educational toys from Dr. Toy.
- Storytime Two children’s authors share the fascination of trains.
- Young Patriots Brett and Alex Harris are young homeschool grads intent on starting a “rebelution” against contemporary youth culture.
- Finishing the Race Cindy Rushton shares her experience with the final years of homeschooling and what to expect from your homeschool graduates; plus help for you or your children to become homeschool entrepreneurs.
- Homeschool Valedictoria Rebecca St. James and BarlowGirl sit down with TOS to talk about music, homeschooling, and more.
- Homeschooling 101 These great ideas will help you make the most of summertime for relaxation, recreation, and education! Plus, a book review from Dr. Ruth Beechick.
- Special Feature Get on board with trains for an express ride to educational family fun!
- Styles Homeschoolers have success with special needs learners using the Charlotte Mason approach.
- Homeschool Units Jennifer Steward brings you a unit study all about trains.
- Little Artists How to draw “choo-choo trains”!
- Resource Room Special focus on high school for special needs students and on dyslexia.
- The Natural Schoolhouse How better nutrition can help with behavior or learning problems; help with the details of everyday meal planning; and Marmee’s home remedies for summertime bumps, boo-boos, and bug bites.
- Contest Column See all the prizes we’re giving away this issue!
- Lab More product reviews by real homeschoolers!
- The Last Laugh Another Haptoon, plus cartoons by two homeschoolers.