Homeschool View - July 2013

  • Tebow Bills Gain Ground on Equality for Homeschoolers

    Posted in Homeschool View on Tuesday, Jul 2nd

    Twenty-seven states are giving homeschool students the green light to participate in public school sports and extracurricular activities. Thanks to Tim Tebow Bills, homeschoolers are being allowed to try out for band, football, music, theater, and a lot more at the public schools from which the students would otherwise be zoned. Read More...


  • The Pros and Cons of Cursive

    Posted in Homeschool View on Tuesday, Jul 2nd

    Kids today can Skype, build a blog, and tag a friend. But how many of these modern communicators can still read and write cursive? Fewer than ever before, studies show. Penmanship is going the way of a lost art, even in homeschools. Read More...


  • AOP Coloring Contest

    Posted in Homeschool View on Tuesday, Jul 2nd

    Spark your child’s artistic talent and enter AOP’s coloring contest for homeschool kids ages three to ten! In anticipation of the release of Horizons Preschool for Three’s this fall, Alpha Omega Publications is offering your child the opportunity to win great curriculum or art resources for your homeschool by coloring a page from the new Horizons Preschool program. Read More...


  • Hybrid Homeschooling Has Ups and Downs

    Posted in Homeschool View on Tuesday, Jul 2nd

    Homeschool parents are opting for more creative ways to keep their students engaged in learning. More families are blending their teaching methods with new, outside resources, a method known as hybrid homeschooling. Read More...