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THE A-to-Z of Homeschooling
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A to Z Homeschool Articles from 2007

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.

 
Speed Stacking – 11/6/07
Speed Stacking is growing in popularity among homeschoolers, who find the games easy to take to Park Days.

Kitchen Unit Studies – 10/9/07
Sample using Toll House Cookies as a unit study. By Peggy Baron.

Viral Learning: Reflections on the Homeschooling Life, by Mary Griffith – 9/19/07
Mary Griffith pulls no punches with her witty insights into her life as a homeschool mom, the making of herself into a “famous homeschool author,” and her part as a vital leader in the growth of homeschooling.

Truly Free K12 Homeschooling – 8/23/07
How to have a totally free K12 homeschool experience online and off.

May a Grandmother Homeschool? – 8/1/07
Yes, a grandmother may homeschool her grandchildren.


Homeschooling Green – 7/24/07
No one can do each and every thing that can matter to stop global warming, but if we can OVER ALL cut back even 10% each, the effect would be great.

Do You Want to Learn to Row? By Rick Pierson, Northwest Rowing – 6/25/07
How to find a rowing club and learn how to become part of a crew team.

How To Impress Science Fair Judges – 5/23/07
The first step to make judges take notice starts way before the science fair. It comes when you are thinking about what project to do.

Wikipedia Homeschooling is Highly Flawed Postcard – 4/11/07
Just what is the Wikipedia for anyway? I really thought it was about being a collaborative effort among those who know homeschooling? Apparently not.

Celebrating Jamestown – 3/21/07
Kids can get a feel for just how labor intensive it was to build during the colonial era by trying out an old fashioned tool called a pump drill. By Kris Bordessa.

A Different Drum – 2/15/07
My children, both with special needs, have been stared at, frowned upon, and pitied in their turn, and my home can feel much more like an open battlefield than a fortress at times. By Kerry Jones

Holistic Home – 2/5/07
The answer to holistic homeschoolers is to place the child’s individual spirit at the center of teaching and learning. By Lucie Smoker.


Losing Weight with Kids Around – 1/30/07
Losing weight with big kids around all day every day can be a mighty big challenge. Take time to include healthy eating and exercise habits in each homeschooling day.


New Year’s Resolutions – 1/1/07
Homeschooling doesn’t meaning just “winging it” with a bunch of half hearted hopes. Improving as you go along is part of the normal growth of your family’s homeschool experience – children and adults.

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