Everywhere we go, we are presented with statistics about things to buy, things to do, the economy, politics, health issues, polls, wages, and more. But sometimes these statistics contradict each other, and what then? How To Lie with Statistics by Darrell Huff This famous little book by Darrell Huff is a humorous explanation of the ways truth is misrepresented with statistics. With example after example,
The leaves are changing and the weather is cooling off here in NY. As the days get shorter and the nights longer (something I don’t look forward to), I hold on to the anticipation of the upcoming holiday season. Beginning with fall and running through the New Year we find ourselves swept up in a wave of season/holiday celebrations. Not just in our everyday lives,
The Mobile Homeschool takes advantage of the tools and environments we find ourselves in and helps our homeschools to thrive no matter where we are. One of the most wonderful things about homeschooling is taking the show on the road. We aren’t tied to one place. We can seek adventure. And sometimes we find ourselves out and about based on life’s many rhythms- Doctor’s appointments
My 11th grade daughter and I are excited about the homeschool high school health and nutrition text from Apologia. The two of us have never seen such a thorough and truly enjoyable textbook on this subject. I have two homeschool graduates now. I sure wish they had had this resource! Don’t miss the giveaway at the end! Homeschool High School Health and Nutrition What I
We as a Curriculum Choice review team are so pleased to share with you Homeschooling High School eCourses created by one of our very own! Heather Woodie of Blog, She Wrote has shared and encouraged us all in our homeschooling. She has shared posts here such as How I Homeschool, How to Prepare for Homeschooling High School, Homeschool Methods and Philosophies and many more. Heather’s
If you have a love of Apologia homeschool curriculum like we do, we know you will find this index handy! Because many of our review team authors have shared their experiences with Apologia curriculum, we wanted to make homeschool decisions easy for you by placing the reviews in a list for you. An Apologia Homeschool Curriculum Review Index! “… Be prepared to be awed and
There are many different ways to homeschool to college. Some teens aim to complete their high school years at home, then go directly into the world of work. Others go to community college and earn dual credit or work towards an Associates Degree. Other teens are homeschooling high school and planning to apply to a four year college. My 17-year-old daughter was one of them.
Many times in the last few years I’ve found myself saying that homeschooling is also continuing education for the homeschool mom. I’ve learned so much homeschooling my five children. One way I have learned many things is cycling through history homeschooling multiple ages. It has been a joy to learn rich history and have a picture of the timeline in my head. I didn’t get