Larry and Susan Kaseman have regular columns in Home Education Magazine that usually concern some controversial topic about the homeschool movement.
Taking a Reading on Children’s Reading – 4/23/05
By Drew B. Saunders, PBS. PBS, in addition to creating great on-air programs like Sesame Street and Reading Rainbow to help young readers flourish, also has free online resources for parents and teachers all about guiding students as they learn to read and write.
Talking Points – 3/24/08
Homeschoolers Urged to Talk to Their Democrat California Assembly Members about supporting ACR 115.
by Tammy Takahashi
Deschooling Gently will help you whether you are new to homeschooling, or if you are experienced, but are in need of new approaches. Discover the best way to educate your children at home, not through rote process, but by learning how to find the answer within yourself. This plan will provide confidence to trust your own educational decisions, a clear understanding of your children’s needs and how to meet them, the ability to make calm and wise decisions about your children’s education, a solid footing for starting the homeschool journey, and most importantly – concrete ideas on what to do now to make your transition to homeschooling smooth and painless.
A Tax Write-off?
Can I write off any homeschooling expenses on my taxes?
Teachers Who Want to Tutor – 2/18/00
You want to break out of public schools. How do you enter the homeschool market?
Teaching and Relating to Your Child’s Learning Style – 10/20/04
How to teach anyone to read once you have identified their learning style. By Lorraine Peoples, author of You Can Teach Someone to Read.
Teaching Children to Give Back – 10/25/04
How to engage small children in caring about community and charity. By Ellen Sabin.
Teaching High School Subjects
From Art History to Zoology: how do you help a teen learn advanced subjects?
Teaching Language Arts
Tips on helping your child learn to spell and write.
Homeschool parents tell how they bring the joy of reading into their homes. Reading from a homeschool perspective.
A “How to” page with homeschool parents’ tips on teaching various subjects to preteens.
Teaching Your Kids About Money – 9/20/06
Make financial goal setting and budgeting a family affair. If everyone in the family agrees on a goal, it’s easier for the whole family to do what it takes to meet that goal. By Elisabeth Donati.
Teamwork for Homeschool Support Groups – 12/29/05
Whether yours is a new group just starting out or one that has been together longer, consider adding some fun team building activities to your next meeting. By Kris Bordessa.
Teenagers and Homeschooling High School
Resources and tips for homeschooling highschool with teenagers.
Teens’ Stories KIDS
Teens tell what it is like homeschooling high school.
How to become a sidewalk astronomer by finding a group and maybe making a telescope.
Telling Time KIDS
Fun ways to learn to tell time.
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Test Gifted Kids or Not?
Concerns about the accuracy of IQ Testing. Resources for intelligence testing.
Testing Homeschoolers – 1/4/99
Are the children learning? Should you test? Must you test? How to find tests.
Testing Requirements Compared – 03/08/02
Twenty-two states require testing or offer testing as one of several assessment alternatives.
Places that offer to sell tests and evaluate them for homeschoolers in states that require testing.
Resources, support groups and laws for homeschooling in this state.
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Resources, support groups and laws for homeschooling in Thailand.
Thanksgiving Ideas Galore
Learn to plant corn like Squanto. Visit lots of Thanksgiving and early American history links.
Theatre For Kids – 2/9/04
Theaters vary in level of accessibility, but calling around, or attending the ones in your area, will give you an idea of how friendly and open they are.
Things to know before citing Case Law
Did you know? When a phrase from a court case is quoted, it makes a big difference where the phrase was taken from the decision of that case? by Attorney Deborah Stevenson, Executive Director of the National Home Education Legal Defense.
Thomas Jefferson Education
Jefferson hypothesized that literacy and self-government work hand in hand and was a key component to self-preservation.
Mom is mad at you! You have used poor logic to attack homeschool parents or students, and so you’ll just have to be sent to the Timeout Chair until Mom decides to let you off! Public apologies help.See who is on the Timeout Chair now!
Tips for Frazzled Homeschool Moms – 7/19/06
Now that we are teaching the oldest two of our four children, my wife, Mary, has had to develop an intricate strategy in order to have a productive day. By Scott Stroud.
Tips on Writing the Admissions Essay
It may be only 500 words, but the admissions essay portion of a college application can mean the difference between acceptance and rejection. Content provided by EssayEdge.
Toddlers at Home, Too
When you homeschool preschool, you get to change more than diapers, you get to change their minds.
Top 20 Advantages to Homeschooling
If you can’t find matching socks for your child first thing in the morning, who cares?
Make model tornadoes and find out how they happen and what you can do to be safe.
Toys that teach, and are a lot of fun, too.
Transcript Details see Course Numbers and Transcript Details – 03/13/02
Important pieces that should always be included when preparing a transcript for a college. By Shirley Minster.
Help interpreting your high school-level work to make into transcripts for college applications.
Transition to Unschooling
How to stop using curriculum and start enjoying learning.
Transitioning Beyond Homeschool
Successfully moving into college or career.
Some families homeschool because they want to travel extensively. Come follow along!
Trees for Kids KIDS
Trees are alot like people, only slower. Find out how they work.
Trig uses the properties of triangles to solve advanced math problems.
Truly Free K12 Homeschooling
How to have a totally free K12 homeschool experience online and off.
Tshirts see ~ Homeschool T-Shirts, Bumperstickers, Caps, Bags, Whatever
Wear it with pride!
Tsunami Relief Effort by Homeschooers ~ see Homeschoolers Plan to Help Tsunami Victims – 12/27/04
David Albert organizes relief effort by homeschoolers to help orphans in South India.
About the tidal waves on the Bay of Bengal in the India Ocean, and how they are formed, the damage they do.
Hiring a tutor makes a family (and the tutor) fall under the tutoring laws of a state’s education code, rather than under homeschooling laws, especially if they intend to hire a tutor full time.
Twelve Math Days of Christmas
Here are 12 great ways to combine math in your Christmas activities.
Two women meet at a playground
Two women meet at a playground, where their children are swinging and playing ball. The women are sitting on a bench watching. Eventually, they begin to talk.