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January-February 2009

Interview Kathleen McCurdy, board games, sibling rivalry, visual disability, writing, Latin, postcards, UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, Deschooling Gently, pennies, occupational training, magnifying lenses, Children's Future, Hands-off Approach

 

January-February 2009 March-April 2009

March-April 2009

Interview with Rain Perry Fordyce, Mom-Centered Curriculum, The Talent Show, Bringing School Home, Art and Hard Science, Writers Block at 10, Capturing Time, Stars and Constellations, Emotional Equations, Homeschool Crones Cafe

 

May-June 2009

Family on Bikes, Social Studies, Kinesthetic Learners, Make a Kite, Cooking Up Independence, Real Play, Knitting, Techno-Phobia, Protecting Parental Rights, The Well-Adjusted Child, Save the Whales, Exercise Regime

 

May-June 2009 July-Aug 2009

July-August 2009

Rithmetic Meet Reduce and Recycle, Curricula Panic, Resources the Little Guys, Parental Rights, The Dice Child, Winging it with Curriculum, Starting a Homeschool Group, Dad Angst, Interview with Barb Lundgren

 

September-October 2009

School Supplies, Lessons from the Third World, Money Matters, Waldorf Meets Unschooling, Word Birds and Other Games, A Different Kind of Trip, Keeping Homeschooling Freedoms Alive, Ready, Set...Elect!, Pasta!

 

September-October 2009 November-December 2009

November-December 2009

Parent's Work, Hands On History, Teaching Money Smarts to Older Children and Teens, Using Writing Contests, Homeschool Boys Book Club, What Does Homeschooling Cost?, Seven Habits of Happy Homeschooling

 

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January-February 2008

Winter Doldrums, Comic Books, Confessions of a (Spasmodic) Homeschooling Mom, Math before Breakfast, Language Arts Exercises, Lab Sciences, Going it Alone, Terrific Talking Animals, Cult of Right Answers

 

January-February 2008 March-April 2008

March-April 2008

Interview with Cheryl Lindsey Seelhoff, It's a Big World, Teen's First Job, Cooperative Outings, Friends and Siblings, Wretched Writers Welcome, Matzoh Ball Math and More, Chemical Crystal Garden, Pizza

 

May-June 2008

Family on Bikes, Social Studies, Kinesthetic Learners, Make a Kite, Cooking Up Independence, Real Play, Knitting, Techno-Phobia, Protecting Parental Rights, The Well-Adjusted Child, Save the Whales, Exercise Regime

 

May-June 2008 July-August 2008

July-August 2008

Stop the Madness!, Learning from the Hard Times, Top 5 Reasons to Homeschool, Dissection 101, Learning through Literature,Castles, Conversations, and Concentration, Chemistry, Mancala Board Game

 

September-October 2008

School Supplies, Lessons from the Third World, Money Matters, Waldorf Meets Unschooling, Word Birds and Other Games, A Different Kind of Trip, Keeping Homeschooling Freedoms Alive, Ready, Set...Elect!, Pasta!

 

September-October 2008 November-December 2008

November-December 2008

Learning Through Card Playing, Other Writing Process, Coming Home, Unchained Memories, Board Games, Economics and Recycled Crafts, Cookies, Dealing with a Disability, Coping With the Economy

 

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January-February 2007

P.E. for Mom, Bubblegum Moments, From Anchorage to Nome, Homeschooling's Bumpy Ride, The Child Who Needs to Try School, From Runes to Romulan, Mexican Yarn Craft, Homemade Bread, Outcome Based Experiment

 

January-February 2007 March-April 2007

March-April 2007

Geocaching, Living with a Homeschool Critic, Fear of Failure, Challenges for an ADHD Parent, The Economy, Public Schools, and Homeschooling, Knitting, Windstorm, Build A Robot HandIn, Making the Most of Leftovers, Keep Your Balance

 

May-June 2007

Interview Patrick Farenga, Mummification Most Fowl, If You Build It, They Will Come, Woolly Bears and Wild Cats, Painted Ladies, The Pathetic Award, Elusive Homeschooling Perfection, The Wretched, Wicked What-Ifs, Resumes That Work, Origami, Medieval Beasts

 

May-June 2007 July-August 2007

July-August 2007

Tea, Cookies and Story Books, Foreign Language, Full-Time Work - Full-Time Homeschooling, Resources Overload!, Asperger Syndrome, Strengthening Families, BIG NUMBERS, Boomerangs, Vegetables, Homeschool Advocacy Season

 

September-October 2007

Stop Me Before I Buy Again!, Homeschooling for Free, Where Experts Fear to Tread, A Little Help from Your Friends, Grayhaired Old Bats?, Pumpkins!, Home Alone - Home Together, Inventions Old and New

 

September-October 2007 November-December 2007

November-December 2007

Homeschool Play, Homeschooling Boys, Science Slacker, Sneaky Science, Incredible Edible Map, Ambassadors to the Real World, Hard Times, Underserved by the School System, Preschool, Let It Snow!, Archeology

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January-February 2006

Learning Logs, College Rankings, How to Join a New Homeschool Group, Looking for Money in All the Wrong Places,

 

January-February 2006 March-April 2006

March-April 2006

Gifts of Homeschooling, Why Children Are Not For Screening, Compulsory Education vs. Unschooling, The Homeschool Kitchen

May-June 2006

Advice for New Homeschoolers, Homeschooling from Abroad, CLEP Tests, John Holt

 

May-June 2006 July-August 2006

July-August 2006

The GED Option, Cheerful Rebel, Come and Join F.A.M.U., Teens Who Dislike School

 

September-October 2006

Information Night, Being Part of the Homeschooling Movement, Successful Co-op, Secret Lives of Children

 

September-October 2006 November-December 2006

November-December 2006

Family Games, Dandelion Wine, 1956 Court Case, Prom Night, Credentials, Chemistry, Boards & Bylaws

 

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January-February 2005

Mental Health Screening, Why I Shouldn't Homeschool, Homeschooling Moms, Interview with Susan Ohanian

 

January-February 2005 March-April 2005

March-April 2005

Big Brother Inspired Teacher Training, Messy Homeschoolers, Early Dip into College Life, Myth of Perfect Children

 

May-June 2005

Custody Cases, The Library, The eBay Experiment, An Attitude Of Gratitude, Weblog Reviews

 

May-June 2005 July-August 2005

July-August 2005

Compulsory Attendance vs. Compulsory Education, Community Ecology, Dealing With Deployment

 

September-October 2005

Hitchhiking to Creativity, Structured Learning, Support Groups, Studying the Stone Age, Artistic Pursuits

 

September-October 2005 November-December 2005

November-December 2005

Universal Preschool, Hands-On Learning, Tax Credits, Homeschool Blogs

 

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January-February 2004

Perpetual Recess, Homeschooling and Politics, Unschooling, Math Club, Investing in an Encyclopedia

 

January-February 2004 March-April 2004

March-April 2004

Viva La Nerds!,Homeschooled Teens Can Rest Easier, Watchdogging the Media, Too Much of a Good Thing?

 

May-June 2004

Apples and Oranges - Rocks and Pears, Schools and Homeschools, Public School ID Systems, A Large Dose of Reality

 

May-June 2004 July-August 2004

July-August 2004

The Other Side of Homeschooling, Writing Group Strategies, Lesson in Semantics

 

September-October 2004

Alternatives for 18-Year- Old Homeschoolers, Homespun Games, Learning Styles, Interview With Micelle Wilbert

 

September-October 2004 November-December 2004

November-December 2004

Philosophers' Club, Exploring History, Pig in the Pantry, Kid's Classic Books, Homeschooling and Partisan Politics

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January-February 2003

Adventures on Rota, Privacy, Trust Thyself, Learning to Love Math, How to Speak DOEse, Homeschoolers1 Memorabilia

 

January-February 2003 March-April 2003

March-April 2003

Unschooling and the Art of Running, What Makes Us Different?, Self-taught and Teaching, Maintaining Reasonable Homeschooling Laws

 

May-June 2003

Doubts, Bunrout, Claim Responsibility for Our Homeschools, Unchores, Measuring Up

 

May-June 2003 July-August 2003

July-August 2003

Future of Homeschooling, Kids in the real World, Type A Dad, Starting Up, Dealing with Death, and Sibling Rivalry

 

September-October 2003

Federal Homeschooling Legislation: HR 2732, Baby Blues and Moneybags?, Reconnecting Families, Opera, Silk Worm

 

September-October 2003 November-December 2003

November-December 2003

Reading and Perpetual Motion, Couch Potatoes, Children's Fiction, Junior Scientist, Leader of the Pack

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January-February 2002

Bunrout, The Ultimate Field Trip, Inaccuracies in a Sociological Study of Homeschooling, Resource Center in a Public Library, Standardistas

 

January-February 2002 March-April 2002

March-April 2002

John Taylor Gatto, Charter Schools, Free Lunch Revisited, ABC's and other resources Golden Age of Homeschooling

 

May-June 2002

Public eSchools, Working Full Time, Homeschooling Books, Homeschooling is About Families

 

May-June 2002 July-August 2002

July-August 2002

Public eSchools, Working Full Time, Homeschooling Books, Homeschooling is About Families

 

September-October 2002

Interview With Daniel Pink, 'Expert' Advice, Independence Is Essential To Homeschooling<, Turn 'em on, Tune 'em in, Drop 'em out

 

September-October 2002 November-December 2002

November-December 2002

Looking at Those Lessons, Decisions, Decisions, Bennett's Public e-Schools, What Does Your Husband Do?, A Matter Of Trust

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January-February 2001

Science, Pirates, Questions and Answers, Unspelling, Romance, Confidence in Homeschooling, A Philosophy of Homeschooling

 

January-February 2001

March-April 2001

Teens, Unschooling, Leanring in the Community, Gifted Children

 

May-June 2001

Ask Carol, Waiting for Unschooling to Work, Big Hairy Audacious Goals, Good Stuff

 

May-June 2001 July-August 2001

July-August 2001

Federally-mandated testing, Travel, What's in a Name?, Homeschooling Wisdom

 

September-October 2001

A gift of Time, HSLDA's History of Homeschooling, Military Homeschoolers, Oz Never Did Give Nothing to the Children

 

September-October 2001 November-December 2001

November-December 2001

Reading, Stories, Military Homeschoolers, Changing the World, Protctivness

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January-February 2000

Reference Material, Organize a Convention, Unschooling, Working for Homeschooling Freedoms, Calendars and Clocks for Kids

 

January-February 2000 March-April 2000

March-April 2000

Interview with David Albert, Playing in Nature's Sandbox, Something to Say, Delicious Math, A King's Curriculum, Teachers Unions, Sports

 

May-June 2000

Kids in Business, Reading, One of those Days, Interview with Misty Dawn Thomas, Sports and Homeschooling Freedoms, High School Literature Survival Guide

 

May-June 2000 July-August 2000

July-August 2000

"Unqualified" Homeschoolers, Reluctant Scientist, Questions and Answers, Homeschool Documentary

 

September-October 2000

My Word! by new columnist David Albert, Is Our Good Name For Sale? by the Kasemans, Science and Math in a Kids World, Interview With Michael Fogler

 

September-October 2000 November-December 2000

November-December 2000

A new column by Linda Dobson, Virtual Schools by the Kasemans, Late Reading, The Value of Mistakes

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January-February 1999

Science, Pirates, Questions and Answers, Unspelling, Romance, Confidence in Homeschooling, A Philosophy of Homeschooling

 

January-February 1999 March-April 1999

March-April 1999

Teens, Unschooling, Leanring in the Community, Gifted Children

 

May-June 1999

Ask Carol, Waiting for Unschooling to Work, Big Hairy Audacious Goals, Good Stuff

 

July-August 1999

July-August 1999

Federally-mandated testing, Travel, What's in a Name?, Homeschooling Wisdom

 

September-October 1999

A gift of Time, HSLDA's History of Homeschooling, Military Homeschoolers, Oz Never Did Give Nothing to the Children

 

September-October 1999 November-December 1999

November-December 1999

Reading, Stories, Military Homeschoolers, Changing the World, Protctivness

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September-October 1998

Mothers, Watchdogs, Statistics, The Homeschooling Book of Answers, Archaeology For Kids, Of Ponds and Tadpoles, Tackling Foreign Language, Interview with Cafi Cohen, Protect our Freedom, Educational Choice, Publicly Funded Programs for Homeschoolers, All Homeschoolers Welcome

 

September-October 1998 November-December 1998

November-December 1998

Current Events Journal, Foreign Language Study, Unschooled Adult, Welcome to the Sisterhood, Family Book Club, Compulsory Unschooling, Homeschooling Records, Indepent Study and Umbrella Schools

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January-February 1997

Homeschooling Fathers, School-to-Work: Problems and Alternatives, Becoming Unschoolers, Homeschooling Comes Of Age, Institutionalized Homeschooling, Book Reviews, Movie Reviews, Rethinking Midschool/High School Math, N HA Roundtable, Truancy, Curfews and Our Response

 

January-February 1997 May-June 1997

May-June 1997

Family Baseball, Book Reviews, Whose Mother are You?, Good Stuff, Volunteering, Movie Reviews, Peaceful Unschooling, In Defense of Workbooks, A Visit with Mary Hood, Dealing With Doubts, Newsletters Online, News, Views and Information.

 

July-August 1997

The Door is Open, Book Reviews, Less is More, Good Stuff, A World of Learning, Above Board and Underground, Interview with Patrick Farenga, Fortuic Acid, News, Views and Information.

 

July-August 1997 September-October 1997

September-October 1997

This Internet Thing, Resource Reviews, Making Your Home a Place for Literacy, Movie Reviews, Sharing Shakespeare With Your Child, Interview with Linda Dobson, Where do We Put the Sandbox?, News, Politics and Information.

 

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March-April 1996

Content list coming soon

 

September-October 1996

Content list coming soon

 

November-December 1995

Concept Of Experts, Quilting Among Friends, Unschooling, Teachers Text, Experiential Learning, Finding Common Ground, Homeschool Art Enrichment Class, Forced Homeschooling, Rocks And Rockhounds, Movie Review, Why Homeschooling

 

September-October 1995

Play, Socialization, Teaching Responsibility, Math... And Other Tales Of Horror, Going Away To School Traveling And Teaching, Bored With Games? Make Your Own!, Home Education On Horseback, Linda Dobson, Geography Resources, Homeschoolingteenagers Perspective

 

July-August 1995

Teaching Children About Work And Wages, Least Likely To Homeschool, Homeschooling The Chronically Ill Or Disabled Student, Homeschooling With PBS, The Writing Club, Homemade Musical Instruments, Making Mailbox Memories, Correspondence Schools

 

November-December 1993

Ten Years Of Publishing Home Education Magazine, Earl Gary Stevens, Regaining Trust In Homeschooling, Doubts Of Friends And Relatives, What About Socialization?, Instant Science Toys, Custody Issues

 

July-August 1992

Freedoms And Responsibility, An Interview With Mary Foley, History From The Kid Up, The Myth Of Learning Disabilities, Pat Montgomery On Learning Disabilities, Learning On The Road, Geography Resources In Depth, Working With Mentors, World Of Radio Broadcasting

 

May-June 1992

The Library - Your Silent Partner, A Landmark Case For Homeschooling, When Values Collide With The Law, State-Mandated Recordkeeping, Ancient History, Studying The Sun And Solar Energy, Gardens For Kids, Apprenticeships

 

November-December 1990

Thoughts On Competition, Conversations With Kathleen McCurdy, Junior Great Books Program, Socialization, Homeschool Heroes,World History, Neighborhood News, Returning To Public School, Writing Habits

 

September-October 1990

Conversation With Pat Montgomery, Picking Up the Pieces, Working for Unity Among Homeschoolers, Fostering a BiLingual Home Life, When Mothers Sing Children Sing, Legislative Action, World of Work

 

May-June 1990

Homeschooling in Tunisia, Teaching History In The Making, Senate Bill 695, Homeschoolers For Peace, College Admissions, Motivating kids to learn

 

March-April 1990

Lessons in Repetition, Competition, From Home School to College Freshman Comp, Confessions of a Conference Junkie, Using Our National Parks

January-February 1990

Content list coming soon

 

November-December 1989

Letters from Homeschoolers, Home School In the Fifties, Encouraging Creativity, Selective Use of Workbooks, Sing a Simple Song, Higher Education, Reflections

 

September-October 1989

Play with Your Children, Pennsylvana law, Exploring Competition, Learning Disabilities, Hands-On Equations, Child Care, Higher Education, Earl Gary Stevens

 

   
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