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KRISTINA F 11/06/2008 05:04:54

I'd like to have more information and tips on how to successfully teach several children and grade levels at the same time!

REBECCA C 11/06/2008 06:02:28

Rebecca Cooper I'd like to see articles directed toward families with high schoolers headed for college. Topics would include PSAT prep / test taking, Sat Prep / test taking, and information on how to research scholarships to help pay for college.

MISTY H 11/06/2008 06:38:45

I am new to homeschooling and I'm homeschooling two 2nd grade boys this year. I would like articles on how to make learning more fun. I want my boys to enjoy school and see learning as an adventure instead of a chore.

RONDA U 11/06/2008 08:04:20

I second everything Rebecca Cooper said.......I'd like to see articles directed toward families with high schoolers headed for college. Topics would include PSAT prep / test taking, Sat Prep / test taking, and information on how to research scholarships to help pay for college.

MICHELE V 11/07/2008 06:02:19

My two children are excited about new books at the beginning of the school year, but by January they are lacking the initial motivation they had to get bookwork finished. Ideas for keeping students motivated through the winter months would be helpful. Thank you!

JANET J 11/10/2008 17:52:35

I would also like to see more information on homeschooling the high schooler, and preparing them for college. Also encouraging articles for the parents of high school homeschoolers.

LORETTA H 11/16/2008 20:30:23

I agree with Kristina Frye. I am home schooling three children one 6th grader and two fifth graders. I would like some tips on teaching multi grades and children

Kim S 10/01/2009 05:07:52

I would like to be able to chat with other homeschool moms about the cirriculums we have chosen for our children. That way we can compare and see what works for some. It would be helpful to see if some parents have chosen the same books or DVD's and be able to share what is being taught and learned. I hope to see the chatting way, soon. Thank you for all you do.....Be Blessed by the Best :-) ...... Blessings, Kim S

LISA K 10/01/2009 05:55:55

This looks great! Keep up the great work...and Thank You!

PATRICIA T 10/02/2009 12:02:20

I agree with all the comments above. I've been homeschooling for 13 yrs and have been thru alot.... right now I find myself mentoring a new homeschooler again. I would love to see a few articles perfect for passing on to the new homeschoolers I talk to. Also nice would be an article or two on the different approaches to homeschooling such as the traditional textbook/workbook approach, unit studies and such.

JANET T 10/02/2009 12:22:38

Patricia T - Thank you for responding with your suggestions. You'll be pleased to learn AOP has several articles that contain helpful ideas for new homeschoolers as well as teaching approaches in our AOP whitepapers. You can find this information on our website here: http://www.aophomeschooling.com/whitepapers.php

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