From homeschool legislation to the most absurd comments our Facebook fans have heard about homeschooling, take a look back at your favorite Homeschool View articles from 2013.
1. Tebow Bill Gains Ground on Equality for Homeschoolers
Thanks to Tim Tebow, 27 states are giving homeschool students the green light to participate in public school sports and extracurricular activities.
2. Homeschoolers Get More Sleep
A new study shows that homeschoolers are happier, healthier, and more focused because they receive more sleep than public and private school peers.
3. The Most Off-the-Wall Comments about Homeschooling
We asked parents on our Facebook page to share the most ridiculous, off-the-wall comments they’ve heard people make about homeschooling.
4. 5 DIY Christmas Gifts
If you’re on a budget, check out these five easy DIY Christmas gifts that can be completed in 45 minutes or less and used for several people.
5. A Beginner’s Guide to Extreme Couponing
Learn a practical beginner’s guide to extreme couponing that can save your family thousands of dollars a year and completely change the way you shop.
6. Is It Safe to Post Photos of Your Children on Facebook?
With every Facebook post, YouTube video, and Instagram shot, we may be preventing today’s generation from any hope of future anonymity.
7. Why Colleges Are Recruiting Homeschoolers
See why colleges are recruiting homeschoolers and learn six ways students can increase their chances of getting into the schools of their choice.
8. Discover Your Family’s Homeschooling Style
Exploring the ways in which fellow homeschoolers learn can help you refine your own technique and open your eyes to other schools of thought.
9. 3 Family Activities for Easter
Celebrate the Easter holiday with these three family activities that teach children about the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
10. Tasty Turkey Place Cards
In addition to corn, pumpkins, and dried leaves, brighten up your Thanksgiving table with these personalized and edible turkey place cards.
What was your favorite read, and what would you like to see in the next Homeschool View?