WOW – Multiplication! An Open Online Course for Parents and Teachers

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Once again, the authors of Moebius Noodles are teaming up to offer a free course for families, math clubs, playgroups, and others who want to explore adventurous mathematics with kids of any age. This short course will last only two … Continue reading
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Logic: Having a Brainstorm

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by Hans Bluedorn Brainstorming is a process creative people use to invent an idea, find a solution to a problem, or answer a question. We are brainstorming whenever we spend time generating lots and lots of ideas that might help us solve a problem. Brainstorming is a useful thinking tool. It can be used by […]
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Sample Chapter from Let’s Play Math Book

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As I’ve been working on the layout for the paperback edition of Let’s Play Math: How Homeschooling Families Can Learn Math Together, and Enjoy It!, I thought, “Why not post an excerpt?” So here is the introduction and first chapter, … Continue reading
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What Did Ever Happen to Penny Candy?

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If you are a baby boomer like me, do you remember walking to the corner store by yourself  and getting a ton of candy for just fifty cents? Bottle-caps, candy buttons, bubble gum cigars, sugar daddy’s, and waxy big lips. Fun. … Continue reading
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Eleven-year-old tells benefits of video games

Blog Buzz: Eleven-year-old tells benefits of video games via Penelope Trunk Homeschooling
This is a guest post from my son, Yefet. I dictate blog posts in the car, while we drive. And a few days ago, I was talking about how video games help kids succeed at work, and he told me he wanted to dictate a post. I said okay. Here’s what he wrote.  So I…
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3 Reasons why black people don’t homeschool

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This is a guest post from Judy Ledbetter Sarden, a homeschooling mother of two, business advisor, writer and attorney. This is a photo of her children. After leaving my job to homeschool my children, I hit a paradox in black middle-class culture. No one is questioning my decision to homeschool. Rather, almost everyone has acknowledged the horrible state…
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Good TED Talk about why we should keep young children away from televsion

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It’s the Carnival of Homeschooling!

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The Way They Learn

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The Way

The Way They Learn
Cynthia Ulrich Tobias (Author)
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Education is an exchange

Blog Buzz: Education is an exchange via At Home & School
For most of us, our education took place in a traditional classroom setting. Teacher at the front of the class using the lecture method, or the read-along-out-of-the-book method. Which, let me just say, drove me nuts. I can read it all by myself, thank you very much. But what this has done to the last […]
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Back-to-school ads are a parade of arguments in favor of homeschooling

Blog Buzz: Back-to-school ads are a parade of arguments in favor of homeschooling via Penelope Trunk Homeschooling
We are most likely to read emails that we receive on Wednesday. Monday we have too many, and we need to catch up. By Wednesday we are caught up and by Thursday we are already trying to get everything finished so we can leave early on Friday. This is why Friday at 4pm is the…
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Boy Secrets: School – What to Do About the Wiggles?

Blog Buzz: Boy Secrets: School – What to Do About the Wiggles? via Raising Real Men
  This is one of the hardest lessons for a mother of boys to learn. We just think, Buckle down for a little while and we’ll be done. Why can’t you just concentrate for a few more minutes? What we’ve got to remember is that after a certain point, it’s taking all his energy and…
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Saturday Review of Books: August 10, 2013

Via Blog Buzz: Saturday Review of Books: August 10, 2013 via Semicolon
“We are what we love to read, and when we admit to loving a book, we admit that the book represents some aspect of ourselves truly, whether it is that we are suckers for romance or pining for adventure or secretly fascinated by crime. ” ~Nina Sankovitch, Tolstoy and the Purple Chair What do your […]
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Middle School Homeschooling Tips

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This is my month to focus on Middle Schoolers. Yes, I have TWO this year that are in seventh grade. I am blown away by how fast this is going. Seems like I was just starting to homeschool them just the other day! I’m not old enough to have all these college, high school, and […]
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The Makerspace Workbench: Tools, Technologies, and Techniques for Making

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The Makerspace Workbench

The Makerspace Workbench: Tools, Technologies, and Techniques for Making
Adam Kemp (Author)
Publication Date: August 22, 2013

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Year-Round School Schedule

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How to start homeschooling: See things differently

Via Blog Buzz: How to start homeschooling: See things differently via Penelope Trunk Homeschooling
I took a bunch of photos waiting for the doctor to tell my son that he’s fine. (The kids are always fine until I don’t take them to the doctor and then they are deathly ill and I’m a bad mom. But that’s another post.) Melissa cropped the picture so that I look at it…
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The joy and the heartache of new life on the homestead

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I have my camera back. So I thought it was about time to share some pictures of our little adventure out here. Especially since guinea keets are about the cutest thing there is when they’re newly hatched. And it is … Continue reading
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9 Tips for Homeschooling boys

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Making the Grades: A Grouch-Free Guide to Homeschool Grading (Coffee Break Books)

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Making the Grades

Making the Grades: A Grouch-Free Guide to Homeschool Grading (Coffee Break Books)
Lee Binz (Author)

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