This article originally appeared in the November/December 2008 issue of Voice Magazine. Don’t miss Parrish when she speaks at the 2016 VaHomeschoolers Conference & Resource Fair on April 1 & 2, 2016.
Parrish Mort, Cartersville
Much can be learned in play that will afterwards be of [...]
By Lina Roberts
For as long as Juanita Giles can remember, her hometown public school system has struggled. And while her community may not be alone, with nearly half of all children in the United States living in low-income families, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, her county is among the hardest [...]
Beginning this month, VaHomeschoolers will regularly feature a favorite article from one of our past Voice magazines. From homeschool advice to curriculum reviews, field trip reports to creative ideas, Voice has something for every age and homeschooling style. This month, an article from our Sept/Oct 2011 issue will inspire you to go outside with your [...]
by Kendra Niehaus
Sometimes the box a gift comes in is more fun to play with and sometimes the best games are the ones kids make up themselves.
Over the years, my kids have taken store-bought games and puzzles and twisted them to play by their own rules. For instance, what homeschool parent hasn’t [...]
If You Show a Child a Homemade Hovercraft – Submitted by Kelly Muzzin of Manassas
If you show a child a homemade hovercraft, she’s going to want to make one herself.
She’s going to need the balloon pump, [...]
Family Camp at Holliday Lake State Park
Holliday Lake 4-H Education Center in Appomattox, VA
“What a great week of fun for such a low price! And the setting is just lovely. We took a side trip to Appomatox Courthouse for the history.” ~ Ann Clay
Family camp offers the [...]