Essays written and copyrighted by your Homeschooling Guide, Ann Zeise, as well as features written and copyrighted by guest essayists.
Most feature articles also contain links.
Journal of a Homeschooling Mom – 11/1/00
Learning happens so often outside our home, while on extensive vacations or just in town. By Anne Salazar-Dunbar.
Ghost Town – Bodie, California – 10/31/00
Homeschoolers haunt this historic gold mining town on a fine October day. An online field trip.
Foreign Service – 10/11/00
Let your children see the world! Consider homeschooling while posted at an embassy abroad.
Halloween Spook School – 9/30/00
Welcome to our homeschool for little spooks. Our haunted house needs to meet all the state requirements for being a haunted home school.
Web Writing – 8/31/00
Teri Brown writes on how to become a paid published writer on the web or for homeschool-related magazines.
Online Buddies Bash – 8/17/00
You’ve been corresponding for months online, and now you’d like to meet in real life. Here’s a way to organize a casual session during a conference so that you can meet in a safe environment.
El Cheapo Summer – 7/18/00
No money for camp? Not a penny for vacation? How will you and the kids ever survive the summer? By Annette Berlin.
Working With Museums – 6/18/00
Report from the Effective Strategies for Working with Homeschoolers session at the Association for Living History, Farm and Agricultural Museums (ALHFAM) Conference. By Debi Richter.
Other Countries – 6/12/00
How to advise families who want to homeschool in a non-English speaking country.
Best Selling Homeschool Books Q3 2017
John Taylor Gatto – 5/28/00
Gatto was, at various times, Teacher of the Year for New York City or State. He currently speaks around the country about what is wrong with the public school system.
Conference Conundrum – 4/8/00
One way to learn about homeschooling and select curriculum is to attend a homeschooling conference, convention or curriculum fair.
Teachers Who Want to Tutor – 2/18/00
You want to break out of public schools. How do you enter the homeschool market?