Homeschooling

Teach your child, or yourself, to write with this friendly, easy to use, inexpensive book.

 

A veteran 20-year homeschooler, I write about homeschooling every week on Thursdays.  If you missed a homeschooling articles the first time around, here is a list:

Fox News Drops by: Was It You, Bill?

Homeschool SuperMoms

Homeschoolers: Are You Failing Your Children?

Yesterday’s Absurdity Is Tomorrow’s Mandate

Teaching Your Child Life’s Biggest Lesson

Homeschooling and the Kitchen Wonderland

Homeschooling versus Quality Products from the Public Sector

Homeschoolers: Why Society Needs You, Desperately

The Properly Socialized Homeschooler

Homeschooling and the Messy House

Not All Homeschoolers Are Christian — Commonsense Christianity at BeliefNet

The Freedom to Homeschool: Don’t Lose It

Learning Disabilities: Does My Child Have One?

Too Impatient to Homeschool

Homeschooling: What Does a Normal Day Look Like?

Young Children: Homeschooling Them is FUN

Homeschooling Young Children

How to Encourage Your Child to Read

Grammar in Plain Language — book review of Grammar Despair at Homeschool Writing Help

Why Do You Homeschool?

Homeschooling: Do Workbooks Work?

Frustration is Crucial

Affordable Homeschooling

Homeschooling? Yes, You Can Teach Your Child to Write

Writing: The More You Practice, the Better You Get

Real Life Writing

Do you have something you want me to write about? Let me know in the comments section below, or e-mail me directly at Carolyn@SteveHendersonFineArt.com.

For an older child who wants to study art, Watercolor Success by Steve Henderson Fine Art is a great introduction.

People who have bought Grammar Despair say,

“I used to be afraid to write anything that would be read by others. I think it was all the red marks on my papers in high school and college. This book helped me understand what I did and didn’t know. Grammar Despair is definitely worth the time and money.”

“If our high school English teachers had taught the way Carolyn Henderson writes, we all would have enjoyed the subject of grammar.”

“A big high Five for this fantastic jewel Grammar Despair written by Carolyn Henderson. Henderson simplifies grammar in such a way that I finely, easily grasp. Well and will, which is it? Well and will had always stumped me, but with in a matter of moments of reading Henderson’s explanation on the usage of these two words it has become quite clear to which word is appropriate to use.”

“So simple and straightforward. Should be compulsory reading for everyone including educators and anyone writing blogs, websites, journalists and editors.”

 

 

 

 

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