The past week on the Homeschool Week in Review profiles numerous homeschool curriculums from the exhaustive list I have been compiling. We have discussed a few homeschooling issues as well. Here is the week in review from March 31- April 6.
March 31, 2007
Homeschoolers and the Congressional Page Program written by Julie Gentry discusses her trip to her state’s annual Homeschool Day at the Capital and commitment the lawmakers have made to the homeschoolers.
The Homeschool Curriculum Glossary (Hakim-Henle) Beginning with Joy Hakim’s series on the History of US, this list of homeschool resources has lots of useful information.
Homeschooling is Good says Florida Governor is a report of the state of homeschooling in the State of Florida.
Homeschool Glossary Index (words homeschoolers should know) is a summary of the homeschool glossary written in the previous month. Consult this page for links to all of the glossary pages.
April 1, 2007
Homeschool Blog Week in Review March 24- March 30, 2007 reviews all of the homeschool blogs for the previous week.
Homeschool Curriculum Glossary (Henty-History) continues the list of great homeschool curriculums and learning materials.
Homeschool Curriculum Glossary (Hold-How Great), beginning with Hold That Thought and ending with How Great Though Art, gives more useful curriculum ideas.
April 2, 2007
Homeschool Curriculum Glossary (Imitation-Jump Start) tells about Imitation in writing which helps children to write without plagiarizing, and other useful learning tools.
Homeschoolers and child abuse is a commentary on a story about a young woman whose abuse had been hidden under the guise of homeschooling.
Speed Homeschooling talks about students who finish homeschooling at an early age and what it takes to get a child to that point.
April 3, 2007
Homeschool Curriculum Glossary (k12-KONOS) continues the list of homeschooling curriculums, which includes K12, a popular public school at home program.
April 4, 2007
Homeschool Curriculum Glossary (La Clase-Leap Frog), beginning with La Clase Divertida, a video/audio tape Spanish “class”, this list tells about more homeschool materials you can use.
Revenge of the Homeschooling Uniforms balks at the “homeschool uniform” stereotypes and introduces a new idea for homeschool uniforms.
April 5, 2007
Homeschool Curriculum Glossary (Learn – Lessons) introduces curriculums like Learn to Write the Novel Way, which promises to motivate “the student’s creative impulses”.
April 6, 2007
Homeschool Curriculum Glossary (Let’s read -Lyrical), which begins with Let’s-Read-and-Find-Out Science Books, one of the oldest and most successful science series for young readers.”