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School@Home
This blog shares the day to day life of a homeschooling family located in the suburbs of the Twin Cities in Minnesota. You'll find education news, homeschooling resources, ideas, field trip stories, and more.
Raising Arrows
Join Amy Roberts as she shares her tips and ideas about homeschooling and large family living.
Homeschool Essentials
Whether unschooled or highly structured, religious or secular, all homeschools encounter the same challenges. All successful homeschools exhibit the same essential qualities. This weblog will help you understand and apply those qualities, minimize frustration, and enjoy more success sooner.
A Net in Time Schooling
A homeschool mom and her only son share their homeschooling adventure.
Our Journey
Jenni Ryan shares resources and life experiences about raising a single child and homeschooling.
Large Family Learning
Follow Amber and her children as they enjoy large family learning.
A Dining Room Education
Rhonda Clark blogs about life homeschooling an only child.
Get Along Home
This blog follows Cindy and her family as she talks about homeschooling, large families, and parenting.
Little Earthling Blog
This beautiful family has grown through adoption and birth. With fourteen children, they homeschool and share their adventures on their blog.
A Learning Journey
This homeschooling journey is shared by a mom who is homeschooling her only child.
Ben and Me
Marcy shares her life with her son Ben, an adopted only child, who she is homeschooling.
Our Full House
Carrie shares life with her 14 blessings, offering a glimpse into the daily life of their family.
Ozark Ramblings
This blog chronicles the joys of raising and homeschooling an only son.
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Total Language Plus
Total Language Plus is an innovative curriculum focused on teaching thinking and communication skills using literature as a base. The authors believe an integrated system is more efficient than a fragmented approach, discovery style learning is the most effective and learning should be enjoyable. The "discover, do, drill" method is employed throughout the TLP program with activities focusing on thinking skills. These comprehensive novel studies cover spelling, grammar, punctuation, vocabulary, a...
Traffic: Why We Drive the Way We Do (and What It Says About Us)
In this brilliant, lively, and eye-opening investigation, Tom Vanderbilt examines the perceptual limits and cognitive underpinnings that make us worse drivers than we think we are. He demonstrates why plans to protect pedestrians from cars often lead to more accidents. He uncovers who is more likely to honk at whom, and why. He explains why traffic jams form, outlines the unintended consequences of our quest for safety, and even identifies the most common mistake drivers make in parking lots. Tr...
H. A. Guerber's Histories
Helene A. Guerber wrote histories for grammar school children in the 19th century. Published in 1896 by the American Book Company, ‘Guerber’s Historical Readers in the Eclectic Readings Series’ were used to introduce children to the histories of the ancient and classical world. These engaging narratives are richly detailed accounts of the lives and times of the most important people of the period, arranged chronologically. The people are placed within the context of their times, and their histor...
Considering God's Creation
Life science truly comes alive with this 270-page lap-book style notebook for 2nd-7th graders. A Charlotte Mason type discovery approach is easily implemented with creative activities, music and topical Bible studies, making this program a perfect choice for a homeschool family or a classroom. It may be used as a stand-alone science course or as an invaluable supplemental resource for any other program. 
For the Learners' Sake: Brain-Based Instruction for the 21st Century
This proposal for a platform of education reform needed to prepare students for a 21st-century workplace and society draws on information and ideas from two current areas in neuroscience: brain research (physiology and applications to learning) and systems thinking (mental models). Analyzing the history of education methodology over the past two centuries, this book shows how the 19th-century factory model prevalent in schools today fail to produce the kinds of flexible thinkers and problem solv...