Homeschool View - September 2006

  • Who Moved the Child?

    Posted in Homeschool View on Thursday, Sep 7th

    Have you ever woke up one morning and said to yourself, "Whose kid is this? Certainly, not mine!" Overnight, your child has turned into a totally new person - the sweet, little grade schooler is now a hormone-producing, young adult. If you ... Read More...


  • Catch the Rabbit

    Posted in Homeschool View on Thursday, Sep 7th

    One natural benefit of homeschooling is the ability to take advantage of educational opportunities as they arise. Switching gears is easy when you are in charge of your children's education, whether it's a special exhibit at the zoo or a busi... Read More...


  • Teaching Ethics

    Posted in Homeschool View on Thursday, Sep 7th

    According to the U.S. Department of Labor, 80 percent of the employees who lose their jobs do so because of poor work ethics rather than a lack of occupational skills. Business and industry leaders are beginning to realize that work ethics are just a... Read More...


  • The Greatest Orator

    Posted in Homeschool View on Thursday, Sep 7th

    Because Jesus was a master teacher, He is a great example for us to model in homeschooling our children. Christ was never afraid to speak in public and His love was always communicated to those who heard Him. He knew how to bring people to a point of... Read More...


  • Kitchen Scientists

    Posted in Homeschool View on Thursday, Sep 7th

    The kitchen sink can make an effective and economical science lab for homeschool moms. Below are two simple lessons about polar and nonpolar molecules that can be done easily by any kitchen scientist.Polar Molecules vs.... Read More...