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Archives for January 2011

Homeschooling, Adam Clarke Style – Part 2

Note: Last week, I started a two-part discussion from a commentary note by Adam Clarke, originally published in the early 1800s. He wrote the following about Deuteronomy 6:25, with what I feel is about the most excellent summary of homeschooling philosophy I’ve ever read.

Homeschooling, Adam Clarke style… (Adam who?!)

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Adam Clarke’s Commentary on the Bible, originally published in the early 1800s, has an interesting note on Deuteronomy 6:25. It is about the most excellent summary of homeschooling philosophy I’ve ever read. I can’t stop thinking about it.

True Confessions of a Mother of Preschoolers

Here are some questions I’ve been asked by busy homeschooling moms:

  • My biggest challenge is keeping my 3-year-old happy and occupied while teaching my 8-year-old.
  • I have a very clingy 9-month old. How does a mom get ANYTHING done with a baby, and how does one move a little one beyond this?