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2016

January—“Creating Your Own Opportunities

February—“To Expect or Not to Expect—That is the Question. What IS ‘Normal’ in the Elementary Years?

March—“Enhancing Your Child’s Language Skills

April—“Homeschool Civics for Elementary Years: Inspiration in Tumultuous Times

May—“Homeschooling Your Internationally Adopted Child

2015

January—“Help for Your New Year’s Homeschooling Resolutions

February—“Testing Basics

March—“Read Aloud to Build Skills and Relationships

April—“Aaand … We’re Off! … Like a Dirty Shirt

May—“Is It Really Time to Plan for Next Year Already?

June—“Science for Preschool through Middle School

July—“So You’re Switching to Homeschooling … Now What?

August—“Joyful Homeschooling

September—“You Aren’t in This Alone

October—“When Mom Goes Back to Work

November—“To Grade or Not to Grade

December—“A Recipe for Fun—and Cookies!

2014

January—“We Interrupt This Homeschool …

February—“Mid-Winter Blahs? Take a Snow Day!

March—“Spring into … Convention Season!

April—“I Hated Homeschool

May—“Cool Stuff I Found at Homeschool Conventions

June—“Summertime … and the Learnin’ is Easy

July—“Cool Stuff I Found at Homeschool Conventions (Part 2)

August—“Back-to-(Home)School Basics

September—“Pen Pals

October—“ Everyday Math for Young Learners

November—“Giving ‘Thanks’

December—“Last-Minute Christmas Ideas for Families;

2013

January—“You Spoke, We Listened

February—“Testing Basics

March—“Art for the Homeschool

April—“Stir Up a Little Homeschool Enthusiasm

May—“What Records Should You Keep?

June—“Aaand … We’re Off!

July—“Heartache and Heartstrings

August—“Raising Kids Who Help at Home

September—“Kids in the Kitchen

October—“You Asked—HSLDA’s Toddlers to Tweens Answered!

November—“Dry Bones

December—“Cultivating the Habit of Kindness

2012

January—“Got Resolutions? Let HSLDA Help!

February—“Got the Winter Homeschool Blahs

March—“Homeschooling the Young Learner

April—“From East to West, Which Test is Best?

May—“Navigating the Used Curriculum Route

June—“Creating Our Own Opportunities

July—“Organizing Your Home for Success

August—“Field Trips 101

September—“Five Roadblocks to Homeschool Success

October—“Teaching Geography

November—“Grateful for the Gift of Parenthood

December—“How to Start Homeschooling Mid-Year

2011

January—“Training in Diligence and Thoroughness

February—“Keeping Preschool in Perspective

March—“Surrendering to the Seasons of Life

April—“Getting the Most out of Your Homeschool Convention

May—“Cool Stuff I Found at Homeschool Conventions

June—“How Did You Do This Year?

July—“Where Do You Start? Placement Tests and Other Orientation Tools

August—“Homeschooling on a Shoestring—Spotlight On: Social Studies

September—“Homeschooling on a Shoestring—Spotlight On: Science

October—“Homeschooling on a Shoestring—Spotlight On: Math

November—“Twelve Tips for Happy and Productive Parenting

December—“Homeschooling on a Shoestring—Spotlight On: Language Arts

2010

December —“Raising Kids Who Help at Home—Part Two

November —“Raising Kids Who Help at Home—Part One: Laying a Foundation

October—“How Do They Learn?

September—“Lesson Planning: Strategy for Success

August—“Extracurricular Activities

July—“Help! I’m Organizationally Challenged!

June—“What I Did on My Summer Vacation (Traveling with Children)

May—“Finding the Gift in Your Child

April—“Deliberate Devotions

March—“What Should I Be Teaching?

February—“Testing and Evaluations

January—“Mid-Year Motivation

2009

December—“Making the Most of the Middle School Years

November—“Homeschool Fun and Games

October—“Holidays as Homeschool Curriculum

September—“Civics for Preschool thru Middle School

August—“‘Jump Start’ to a Joyful School Year

July—“Multi-Level Teaching: Homeschooling More than One Child

June—“A Father’s Role

May—“Lessons Learned—Finishing the School Year

April—“End-of-Year Assessments


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