**My condolences to the marathon runners and the people of Boston for this tragic event.**
My Worthy Reads are slim on articles about homeschooling in the media. Part of the reason is that all the articles I’m finding mostly have to do with the Romeike case, but I’m washing my hands of that. Thanks to everyone who commented on my post about that case. If you haven’t read those comments, I suggest you do. It’ll give you a different perspective on that case than has been portrayed in the media.
A definition of study – FIMBY – I like this post because it explains what I’d like to tell a lot of people: Parents can homeschool their children, and homeschooling will look different because homeschooling a small group of your own kids is much different than trying to control a large classroom.
18 Reasons Why Doctors and Lawyers Homeschool Their Children – Children’s MD
Project-Based Homeschooling Q&A: Getting Started – Raising Cajuns – Michelle has been writing a great series on PBH that you won’t want to miss!
Amy Hood Arts – This isn’t a specific post. I just wanted to give a shout out for Amy’s blog because it’s chock full of good ideas for making art in your homeschool more intentional.
Second Year Anniversary – Luminous Fire – I love to hear good, honest news from homeschoolers who have children older than mine!
“How to Start a Project Group” + Friday Link Round-Up – Camp Creek Blog – Lori always gives the best quotes from articles that I’d like to be reading and sharing with you, but I just don’t have the time, so I’m glad she’s doing it! Plus, her guide on how to start a project group sounds great!
Homeschooled Kids, Now Grown, Blog Against the Past – The Daily Beast – This kind of stuff is upsetting. Not sure how to digest it.
High School teacher brings history to life – CNN Schools of Thought – An inspiring teacher!
Some types of TV might improve behavior in kids – CNN Schools of Thought
Raising and Educating Boys