Friday, September 11, 2009

News September 11, 2009 is running a guest feature by a homeschooling mom in Michigan. It's entitled, "Confessions of a Homeschooling Mom: Part II." The post states, "I do put extra pressure on myself to turn everything into a learning experience, whether we're flying a kite or at the park. After a recent farm stand purchase of a purple cauliflower for dinner, I pulled everyone to the computer to look up what made it purple (answer: anthocyanin, an antioxidant found in red wine)."

What makes somebody qualified to homeschool? Read this article for one person's take.

Special Connection Homeschool writes about "Steve Spangler Science." Steve Spanger has a weekly show in which he discusses an experiment that can be done at home. Read more here.

Are you familiar with the Homeschool Buyer's Co-Op? Mother by Nature tells us why she joined, here.

If you are new to homeschooling or thinking about it, Homeschool Bliss writes, "Here's the bottom line, no two homeschools have the same exact philosophy. There is no cookie cutter approach. Each family needs time to figure out what kind of philosophy they will incorporate."

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