Winter 2006-2007 Back Issue


Our Classical and Support Groups Issue! Learn about the Revolutionary War, homeschooling in England, tips on natural housecleaning, hunting on the homestead, how to defend your choice to homeschool and more!

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Our Classical and Support Groups Issue!

Each winter, TOS Magazine focuses on classical education, and the Winter 2006/07 issue is no different. Read articles by Martin Cothran, Gene Edward Veith, Andrew Kern and Sally Clarkson. We also feature information on military homeschoolers and military geography (Maggie Hogan). After reading “The Demise of Faith, Morality, and Education in Public Schools,” you’ll be ready to defend your choice of homeschooling!

  • What does the latest research on homeschooling show? Is public school education really all it’s cracked up to be? Join us in Homeschool Nation for a roundtable discussion on these issues as well as a look back on homeschooling in the earlier days.
  • Time for a classical education update! How can one put a Christian twist on a classical education? Also discover the role of motherhood in whole-hearted homeschooling.
  • It’s time again to prepare to attend your state convention and we have a complete listing of what is available to you in 2007 in HomeschoolExpo. Also learn all you need to know about support groups, whether you want to start your own group or just join in the fun with an existing group in your area!
  • Jenefer Igarashi presents an amazing, but reluctant, testimony about a time of God’s grace in her life in this month’s Editorial.
  • In Chapel, learn how to make every day count!
  • Enjoy feature articles on homeschooling in New Zealand or England in Homeschool UK and International Homeschooling.
  • Time again for a wonderful unit study that you can incorporate into your homeschool—The Revolutionary War. A complete unit study can be found in Homeschool Units, and Young Patriots discusses how young American patriots helped almost 200 years ago.
  • The Natural Schoolhouse gives tips on natural housecleaning as well as hunting on the homestead.
  • Other articles highlight product reviews, homeschool days field trips, fine arts & music, and so much more!
  • This issue contains information on homeschooling a gifted student.

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