Worthy Reads

Happy Labor Day!  Because we’re crazy homeschoolers, I’ll be starting what I hope will be a new homeschooling routine today.  (It’ll include a lesson about Labor Day.)  Wish me luck!  What will you be doing this holiday?

Worthy Reads

First of all, thank you Kohl’s Children’s Museum for featuring my post on their blog!


Review: Quinn Cummings’ THE YEAR OF LEARNING DANGEROUSLY – Homeschooling Research Notes – I have not read Cummings’ book yet.  Have you?  The reviews give me mixed thoughts about it.

Born to Draw – Children’s Art Drawing Program – This looks interesting, and they have a good blog about art and education. Has anyone used this program?

School – anywhere, anytime – The Courier

Homeschooling has become a viable option for parents; here’s why that’s not a bad thing – nj.com

East Texas parents say religion, environment and curriculum among chief reasons for homeschooling – news-journal.com


My View: Obama, Romney need to know one thing about early childhood education – start over – CNN Schools of Thought – This commentary is excellent and right in line with many reasons as to why I’m homeschooling my boys from the start.

Georgia failed to count thousands of high school dropouts – AJC

Best way to handle children’s college debt? – CNN Schools of Thought

My View: The joys and challenges of raising a gifted child – CNN Schools of Thought

School and Self Esteem – regarding Waldorf School – Huffington Post


Moms: ‘I can’t afford to work’ – CNN Money


Be More Productive. Take Time Off – NYTimes.com

Why Creative Geniuses Hated School – Psychology Today


Story and Narrative : Scoop.it – Someone is collecting some very worthy reads on storytelling.

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