VaHomeschoolers Voice is a bi-monthly homeschool journal produced by The Organization of Virginia Homeschoolers for our members. Learn more about VaHomeschoolers Voice. Not a member? Join now and don’t miss another issue!
VaHomeschoolers Voice regularly covers all aspects of homeschooling: inspirational articles, ideas for approaching different subjects, learning styles, book and curriculum reviews, homeschool life and so much more. In this library, we have compiled selected articles organized by topic from past issues.
|Book/Curriculum Reviews | Homeschool Life | Life Learning | Preschoolers | Reading | Teens | Writing|
This small collection of book reviews from past issues of Voice will be expanded in 2013.
Glimpses into “a day in the life of” for homeschooling families in Virginia.
An advantage of homeschooling is having more time to focus on preparing for life as an adult.
Even during the early years, some parents begin thinking in terms of homeschooling.
This collection of articles on Reading will be expanded soon, but contains some convincing reasons for throwing out the timetable with respect to reading.
Invaluable advice from experienced parents of homeschooled teens–more articles coming soon from past issues of Voice.
Creative writing prompts and ideas from Julie Bogart, a featured speaker at the 2012 VaHomeschoolers Conference and Resource Fair.
VaHomeschoolers Voice prints selected articles, news, and letters related to home education and Virginia homeschoolers. Opinions expressed by individual writers do not necessarily reflect the views of the Board of Directors of The Organization of Virginia Homeschoolers, nor do they represent an official position of VaHomeschoolers. Writers’ views are their own, and readers are encouraged to research and explore homeschooling issues to their own satisfaction.
Permission to reprint content from VaHomeschoolers Voice may be requested by contacting the Voice Editor. Reprinting by-lined articles requires permission of the specific author in addition to permission of the editor.
The Organization of Virginia Homeschoolers is a non-profit public charity with 501(c)(3) status; your donation is tax-deductible to the extent provided by law. A financial statement is available from the Virginia Division of Consumer Affairs upon request.