This is a column that I wrote for the Barrow Journal, and it was printed two days after Valentine's Day. Not many people know that my husband and I met on the Internet. In this column, I give a few tips I learned after using match.com for a year before I met my husband.
This is a column that I wrote for The Barrow Journal, and it's the second part of a two-part series on project-based learning. In it I describe the hammerhead shark project that I did with my 4-year-old son.
Here's a fun sight word game that I invented to help my preschooler learn some sight words.
Read about my first attempt to do project-based homeschooling with my 4-year-old. In this first part, I write about what project-based homeschooling is, and next week, I'll write about our project, which was on hammerhead sharks.
Welcome to my new WordPress blog.
On one of the homeschooling e-mail lists I belong, someone posted a link to this interesting article about African Americans who homeschool. As I have always said, homeschoolers homeschool for many different reasons, and this is another good example of that.
This is a column I wrote for the Barrow Journal. It's about my first days traveling to London, England when I was fresh out of college and had not spent much time away from my family. It was through the little things that happened to me that I learned the most about living life on my own.
This is a column I wrote for the Barrow Journal. As the title suggests, it is an interview with a student who was homeschooled and who is now attending college.
Different children and families have different needs, but I do think when it's done with the child's best interest in mind, most of the criticism toward homeschooling is unfounded.
An interview with a former homeschool student who is now in graduate school.