Home Schooling Parent's Homeschool Friendly Guides are free quarterly magazines (both online and offline as a downloadable PDF) filled with not only display advertising, but with editorial copy for each advertiser. This gives readers the opportunity to take a more "in-depth" look at different products and services that service the homeschool community. Each issue has its own special focus which makes it easier to find specific information.
Periodicals are a great way to keep up on the latest! Here are a few links to homeschool magazines you can have delivered right to your door, as well as links to magazines available only online.
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The work of Homeschooling Today magazine is focused and specific. They are committed to bringing the homeschool community useful information and resources supported by a Biblical conviction that God uses families to change the world.
Learners Online is a monthly publication that brings you the newest and best educational resources on the Net. Millions of tremendous educational sites are on the Web, but few teachers have the time or the expertise to find even a fraction of them. Learners Online saves hours of Internet research and lesson planning. A must for any educator or parent who wants to make the Internet a child's textbook to the world.
Life Learning represents over three decades of print and web publishing experience in the home-based education and natural parenting fields. It is dedicated to providing information, support and inspiration to families and individuals around the world who are learning without schooling. The print edition of Life Learning magazine was published from March of 2002 until May of 2008, when it was reintegrated back into Natural Life magazine, from where it was spun off in 2002.
Practical Homeschooling Magazine includes detailed product reviews, special features, news, contests, and more.
Secular Homeschooling is a non-religious bimonthly magazine that reflects the diversity of the homeschooling community. Its readers and writers are committed to the idea that religious belief is a personal matter rather than a prerequisite of homeschooling. This magazine is for any homeschooler, religious or not, who is interested in good solid writing about homeschooling and homeschoolers.