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  • Word Workout Program from The Word Workshop

    http://www.thewordworkshop.com The Word Workshop’s workbooks and computer programs are designed to help students in junior high, high school, community college, or adult education programs. These materials are appropriate for students who . . . need to improve their current academic performance, and may have hopes or plans for further schooling … perhaps a college degree, Continue Reading

  • Dog-Eared Publications Line of Discovering Nature Books & Materials

    P.O. Box 620863 Middleton, WI 53562-08631 888-364-3277 http://www.dog-eared.com By Michael Leppert Discovering Black Bears and separate Wild Stickers – Black Bears by Nancy Field, Margaret Anderson and Karen Stephenson Illustrated by Michael Maydak 40 pages, soft-cover 8.5 x 11 b&w and 4-color, $8.95 Reading text, coloring pages, games and review activities For Grades 4-6 Stickers: Continue Reading

  • Create a Math Environment – Should Be in Every Family’s Curriculum

    Soft cover, 192 pages Price: $16.95 plus shipping. ISBN# 978-1-929221-02-8 Library of Congress Catalog Card #: 2016910954 Author, Vivian Owens Revised edition: October, 2016 Available on Amazon or http://www.escharpublications.com ======= By Emerson Sandow Ms. Vivian Owens understands the world of parents teaching their children. Whether fully hands-on as in homeschooling, or as outside-of-school guides and Continue Reading

  • Dabble – Fast-Paced Word Board Game

    www.inillc.com 7112 Cypress Hill Drive Gaithersburg, Maryland 20879 E-mail: jvohra@inillc.com Review by Jennifer Nairne Like many other families, Thursday night is Game Night at our house. It is a familiar scene to most – Mom, Dad, Grandma, Grandpa, and the kids join around the kitchen table for a friendly board game. We are a vision Continue Reading

  • Scientist or Technician? You Be the Judge

    by Michael Leppert www.homeschoolalmanac.com For many years, it has disturbed me that “science” occupies a place of respect as an objective field of endeavor that is completely out of line with its true practice —science may have been objective at one time, meaning that its reason to exist was the seeking of the TRUTH of Continue Reading