Jan/Feb 2001

Jan/Feb 2001

Volume: 
18
Issue: 
4
Publication Date: 
Monday, January 1, 2001 to Wednesday, February 28, 2001

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Issue Articles

The following articles from this issue are available online:

Title Category
Homeschool Dad—From Principal to Participant

The first benefit of reading aloud is that it promotes family time. “Couch time,” as my wife calls it, is a time when everyone gathers in one room to listen to Daddy read.

Fathers, Practical Helps
How Can I Educate My Child at Home? The Way It Can Be Done from Five to Ten Years of Age--Part 1

Reprinted from the August 13, 1913 issue of The Ladies' Home Journal.

THE chief occupation of the mother should be the education of her child, and rare is the teacher whose qualifications make her teaching equal to that of the mother.

Reasons to Homeschool, Methods, Reading, Poetry
Jeff's Journal: Life Lessons from the Presidential Election

As I am writing this article, the 2000 presidential election has taken place, but the results have not yet been determined. This is, by far, the most unusual election I have ever experienced. Just like most homeschool parents, my wife and I are using this national election as a teaching opportunity for our children.

From the President, Politics, Thanksgiving, Character