Summer 2009 Back Issue
$9.95 – $23.95
Do you ever need a little help getting organized? Where do we store the books, hands-on materials, and miscellaneous supplies? This issue is packed with ideas! Plus, articles on adoption, being a frugal family, & much more!
“I just don’t know HOW you get it all done. I could never do it! How do you teach so many children in different grades all at once?”
You won’t want to miss the summer 2009 issue!
Packed with fabulous articles and resources that will encourage and equip you to homeschool with excellence, the summer 2009 issue is a must-have.
Do you ever need a little help getting organized? Homeschooling families face an extra organization challenge. Where do we store the books, hands-on materials, and miscellaneous supplies? Our summer issue is packed with ideas. There are even tips for organizing your high school student!
Our Summer 2009 issue shares the article, “The Eye of a Naturalist,” with information about photography, as well as “The Gift of Art Journaling,” appropriate for both parents and children. Get excited about God’s creation, and get out and investigate it!
Charlotte Mason’s philosophy is an incredibly popular method of homeschooling. Findencouragement for continuing in this method—or an education for yourself—as you curl up with articles in this issue discussing everything Charlotte Mason!
Enjoy encouragement from seven different experienced homeschoolers in a single article, and find even more throughout the pages of The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine. Words from Zan Tyler of Apologia, The Familyman—Todd Wilson, Jane Claire Lambert of Five in A Row, renowned Ruth Beechick, Whole Heart Ministries’ own Sally Clarkson, and more. Be reminded on every page thatyou are not alone!
And more amazing, hear from homeschoolers much like you as they share their hearts and homes in an effort to motivate you in the journey that is a lifestyle of learning. They’ll share with you their thoughts on:
- The disruption caused by the mess of remodeling in a home with ten family members—gain insight and advice with basic tips on how to prayerfully make it through successfully.
- Faith from a child’s point of view—complete with sincerity and practical life advice from the Word of God.
- Public-school-assisted homeschooling—it attempts to draw families in for support services, but a disappointed family soon found their authority shrugged off by their local school administration.
- Honest frustration, from dragging out of bed in the morning in dreariness to the comforting success of homeschooling a daughter amidst the warmth of a candlelit living room—mothers open their hearts to you as a homeschooling community.
- Comparing the homeschool work of our children—as the temptation to compare what our children are doing to others gets the best of us at times, relish this good advice aboutstaying focused and praying for the plans of your homeschool.
- The “right” way to homeschool—the struggle to find balance between sticking stringently to a scope and sequence and living a learning lifestyle is revealed in the day-to-day events of a homeschool that may be much like yours!
Laugh out loud as upcoming issues share “Laughable Lines” from fellow homeschoolers. We know there will be others with quotes similar to those shared by the Wuehler family. In our hectic days, sometimes a child using a lizard’s tail to pick his nose or finding someone washing toes in a bowl of milk—because they are dirty—somehow becomes par for the course! Enjoy your days and laugh out loud with The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine!
We complete the magazine with “Product Reviews” in the final pages, enabling you to be better informed when choosing homeschooling products. Read more about The Light Across the River by Stephanie Reed, the historical fiction sequel to Across the Wide River. Learn about using Sing Science Audio CDs or a DVD about the Great Awakening and other resources for your homeschool. Find even more reviews on our Web site!