Homeschool View - October 2013

  • Is It Safe to Post Photos of Your Children on Facebook?

    Posted in Homeschool View on Thursday, Oct 3rd

    Photos of our children are a fundamental part of Facebook. Sharing cool moments in our children’s lives is how many of us keep our friends and relatives in the loop. In truth, we’re doing more than that. We’re also creating our children’s online identities, sometimes posting their faces and names before the children know them. Read More...


  • A Beginner’s Guide to Extreme Couponing

    Posted in Homeschool View on Thursday, Oct 3rd

    Imagine never paying full price for groceries, rarely running out of toothpaste or cereal, and hardly ever making a last-minute run to the store for one dinner ingredient. Such is the life of couponer Jen Hollingsworth: a money-saving mom who homeschools three kids, lives on one income, and has a nose for turning a sale into a steal. Read More...


  • What to Do When Your Child Stops Reading

    Posted in Homeschool View on Thursday, Oct 3rd

    Sometime around the 3rd grade, some students abruptly decide that they don't like reading anymore. If you're currently at a time when you child stops reading, what can you do as a parent to help? Read More...


  • Autumn Is for Apples

    Posted in Homeschool View on Thursday, Oct 3rd

    Nothing says autumn more than juicy, red ripe apples. So, why not take a break from your regular routine and give your homeschooler an exciting learning adventure at a pick-your-own apple orchard? Read More...