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SOURCE Practical Homeschooling Magazine
Articles cover different facets of homeschooling, from top educational trends to how to put together a family writing project
ST. LOUIS, Feb. 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Practical Homeschooling magazine has the first – and so far, only – homeschool page with over 100,000 Facebook Likes.
To celebrate reaching the "100,000 Likes" milestone, they are giving away free copies of their current issue, while supplies last.
"With public schools on the decline and fewer families able to afford private-school tuition, not to mention all the concerns about the new Common Core curriculum in schools, it's no surprise that homeschooling is on the rise," said Practical Homeschooling publisher Mary Pride. "So we're making it easy for families considering homeschooling to get a taste of what homeschooling is all about."
The current issue of Practical Homeschooling includes an article from a second-generation homeschooler, explaining how homeschooling has changed over the last few decades.
Additional articles cover everything from what it's like to take a course from an online academy, to current top educational trends, to how to find homeschool pen pals.
From science experiments by best-selling author Janice Van Cleave, to practical tips on how to make your student look as good as possible to colleges . . . from reviews of cool homeschool products, to how to put together a family writing project . . . this issue has plenty to keep both new and veteran homeschoolers busy.
To request a free issue of Practical Homeschooling, go to http://www.home-school.com/catalog/freeissue/.
ABOUT PRACTICAL HOMESCHOOLING® MAGAZINE
Since 1993, Practical Homeschooling has continued to lead the way in homeschool innovation and success. Each issue includes practical help for teaching all age levels at home, from preschool to college. Its interviews and features are known for helping readers make sense of today's ever-changing educational methods and opportunities. Its expert columnists include some of the best-known names in homeschooling. In addition, Practical Homeschooling magazine includes contests for subscribers, success stories, reviews, news, inspiration, and its exclusive annual i-Learn Awards™ and Reader Awards™. Find out more at http://www.PracticalHomeschooling.com.
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