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Posts Tagged ‘ Articles from 2009 ’

What is the best homeschool curriculum?

What is the best homeschool curriculum?

The Best Homeschool Curriculum in the Whole Wide World! So often I get asked “What is the best homeschool curriculum?” and without any supporting information to give an adequate answer, I thought I’d post an analogy. A woman rushes into a large shoe store, one with a zillion shoes for men, women and children, corrals...
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A to Z Homeschool Articles from 2009

A to Z Homeschool Articles from 2009

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.   Winter Olympics 2010 Unit Study – 12/7/09 This will be an ongoing resource through the Winter Olympics in Vancouver February 12-28, 2010. I encourage you to comment...
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Working from home on eBay

Tips for starting up How to succeed running your own sales business on eBay while also teaching your homeschooled kids how to help out, so you can afford to homeschool in the first place. by Lori Dake So many times, one of the main deterrents from a family considering homeschooling is the financial situation. It...
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Patience

How Patience Helps Learning. By Barbara Frank [email protected] (Excerpted from The Imperfect Homeschooler’s Guide to Homeschooling, Cardamom Publishers, 2008) When people find out that I homeschool my children, they almost always say something along the lines of, “I could never do that. You must be a really patient person.” Most of the time, I respond...
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