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High School Writing: What can Homeschoolers Do to Prepare for College Writing

Almost every conversation about homeschooling high school (or even just homeschooling, for that matter) eventually comes around to the topic of writing. What program do you use? How often do you require your child to write? How do can you motivate them to write? Should you make them write? It’s an area fraught with . . . → Read More: High School Writing: What can Homeschoolers Do to Prepare for College Writing

National Novel Writing Month November 2010

Have you ever thought about writing the great American novel? Or just have an idea buzzing around in your head that you’ve never tried to put to paper? Then National Novel Writing Month (NaNo) is for you! Thirty days in which to commit 50,000 words to paper (or computer document).

Impossible? No! Crazy? . . . → Read More: National Novel Writing Month November 2010

Back from Burnout

Are you one of those lucky few who have never experienced homeschool burnout? I went through at least two sessions of homeschool burnout during the twelve years we actively homeschooled, probably more (time has a way of blurring those days/weeks you would like to forget). You would think an unschooler would have no reason . . . → Read More: Back from Burnout