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Homeschool Magazine

Homeschool Magazine
One of my favorite homeschool magazines, The Old Schoolhouse, has just come out with their new 2013 Annual Print Book, which is full of great homeschooling articles on pretty much every topic you can imagine.I’m especially excited that my article, “The Homeschool High School Motto”, is included in this edition! You can access the digital version of the magazine at www.TOSPrint.com--all year long.The best part is that YOU can access both my article and the entire magazine for FREE!!  No charge for the whole...
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Hi! I'm Family Friendly!

Hi! I'm Family Friendly!
Recently I was awarded the "Family Friendly" seal of approval from The Old Schoolhouse.   I was so excited - and it's a cute badge to put on my website, too! It puts me in a bit of an awkward place, though.  Sometimes the information I need to provide is NOT fit for general audiences.  When I speak about community college, I have to choose my words very carefully, so that I can convey the "R-rated" nature...
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The way I look at it, church is a safe place to practice the "one anothers" that Jesus taught. Then we go into the real world. Th... Read More
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Sounds a bit like public school, I'd say... I say 16 is pretty old, so I find this post a little ridiculous. I took a sign langu... Read More
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