Monthly Archives: January 2013

We Are Not Alone

Used with Permission Written by Katharine Trauger Place yourself, for a while, in the shoes of a homeschooling mother named Sarah, wife of a horse breeder, raising four children in Massachusetts. The War of 1812 is near its end, … Continue reading

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5 Ways to Help Teach Your Child With Autism How to Read

Used with Permission By  Heather Laurie A child with autism can present a number of unique challenges in homeschooling; I never thought that learning to read would be one of them. I am blessed with four children who are … Continue reading

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Overcoming “Grader’s Block”

Used with Permission By Melissa Campbell Rowe Writer’s block—the dreaded white page—is experienced by all writers. Then there is “grader’s block,” which begins with a homeschooling parent sitting with a neatly typed paper in hand: There are one-inch margins … Continue reading

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