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A to Z Homeschool Articles from 2011

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.
Bean Counting…Another Garden Metaphor – 7/16/11
We’ve all heard the nickname bean counters for accountants, bookkeepers, CPA’s. I have found in my many years of working with people and their money, that they often just need a nudge to stop and look at their situations a little deeper. By Elisabeth Donati.

A Winning Combination: Children, Computers and Time – 7/12/11
Based on their success, I believe it’s up to parents and the kids themselves, not the schools, to produce computer-literate children. Parents should provide the computer and the time. Given that opportunity, the children will take over from there. By Barbara Frank

National Geographic Education Launches New Site – 4/11/11
National Geographic Education today announces the beta phase of its newly redesigned website, NatGeoEd.org, inviting user feedback from all interested K-12 teachers, informal educators and families.

Public School or Homeschool? – 3/4/11
It seems that into many homeschooling families’ journeys comes a fork in the road; a time to decide between continuing on the homeschooling path or to travel the road that leads to public school attendance. By Linda Dobson.


Begin Homeschooling with Confidence – 3/3/11
My first thoughts were how on earth am I going to teach my children everything they need to know? It was overwhelming – and I just didn’t know where to start. By Julie Gilbert.


But I Want to Go to School! – 3/1/11
Some homeschooling parents reason that a teenager, especially one who has recently experienced both school and homeschooling, should have a say in how he pursues his education. By Cafi Cohen.

Creative Activities – 2/25/11
I would like to teach my children through creation, not books only. I want to make with them usable items, not crafts. Do you have any suggestions?


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