This In Issue
Beer and Other Mad
Who says science has to be hard? Your kids
will be learning chemistry, art, physiology,
and more with these recipes for fun. The
kids will be gobbling up their homework
and asking for more!
From the Cover:
What Do Test Scores
Is your child behind? Is a late bloomer really late, or does he need
intervention? Dr. Davidson explains what test scores mean and
what they measure.
Abstract Art for the
For the exceptional child with focus issues, this art activity
provides a creative outlet without the extreme discipline of a
project requiring fine motor skills and intense concentration.
How to Build a Virtual
Electricity, light, chemistry, sound, physics, and math. Follow tech
expert, Andy Harris, as he walks us through this virtual science lab.
Mongolians With Cell Phones
Anthropology can be added to our homeschool curriculum as we
learn about how other cultures live. Whether next door or as far
away as Mongolia, anthropology helps us form relationships as we
learn about other cultures, faiths, and families.
Reading Can Wait
Practical and excellent help in discovering when your child might
be ready for reading, what to do in the meantime, and freedom
from anxiety in the waiting process.