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This two-minute clip is a sneak peek of JIST Publishing’s DVD “The Real Work Begins.” The full program is 25 minutes long and part of the “Transition to Work and Self-Sufficiency Video Series.” Throughout the program viewers learn how to keep the jobs they find and establish themselves as valuable employees in the workplace. Viewers will learn do’s and don’ts for their on-the-job success, as well as how to exceed their employer’s expectations. For more information about this DVD, visit bit.ly For information about the entire DVD series, visit bit.ly

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Homeschooling parents can educate their children by teaching them in a real world setting. For instance, homeschooler parents might consider taking their homeschoolers on a nature trail or hiking in the woods. When out in nature, homeschooling parents have a prime opportunity to teach homeschoolers about the various animals, trees, plants, and flowers that grow in the wild, and they can teach their homeschooler to appreciate the world-God’s masterpiece. Meanwhile, while out in the woods, homeschoolers can be taught about the significant dangers that exist in nature-homeschooling parents can teach homeschoolers about poisonous plants, dangerous animals, and they can even explore hiking safety.

Another option that homeschooling parents may want to utilize is taking homeschoolers to the waterside. A beach or a lake can be a prime educational setting. Homeschooling parents can teach homeschoolers about aquatic life, the nature of water, and how to fish or swim. Meanwhile water safety can be taught to children: homeschoolers can learn about the dangers of hypothermia and how to properly save someone from drowning.

A real world setting is the ideal place to educate homeschoolers. After exploring all of the aspects of the natural setting, homeschoolers can later explore the history of the area. After a day out in the woods or a day on the water, homeschooling parents can supplement their homeschooler’s learning with a lesson about the history of the area. The former inhabitants of the region and life in different eras can all be explored, and homeschoolers can learn about how much life has changed through hundreds of years.

Real world experiences can be fun for both parents and homeschoolers. It gives the entire family the opportunity to spend time together, and parents may be surprised to find that they learn a thing or two from their homeschoolers. In the end, spending the time to shape a homeschoolers experiences is really what homeschooling is all about. Parents must remember that they have chosen to educate their children in every way, especially in terms of what their children encounter in the real world setting.

Mimi Rothschild is a homeschooling parent, children?s rights activist, author, and Founder and C.E.O. of online education company Learning by Grace, Inc. Rothschild and her husband of twenty-eight years reside in suburban Philadelphia with their eight children.


Feeling that ?our current system of education has broken its promise,? Rothschild co-founded Learning By Grace, Inc. to provide families with Internet-based multimedia education to PreK-12 children all over the world.


In addition to her twenty years of experience as a homeschool mother, Rothschild has written a number of books dealing with education published by McGraw Hill and others. Her Daily Education News Articles consist of feature stories on online homeschooling and alternative education.

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What should I do next; grade the math test or tackle the laundry? Homeschooling at the Speed of Life gives busy homeschooling mothers a thoughtfully thorough resource for bringing order back to their home. In tune with today’s pace, the book provides basic home-management principles, teaching parents how to de-clutter their homes, develop life skills in their children, tame the paper monster, and keep organized records. Also emphasized are ways to bu… More >>

Homeschooling at the Speed of Life: Balancing Home, School, And Family in the Real World

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  • ISBN13: 9780805444858
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Product Description
What should I do next; grade the math test or tackle the laundry? Homeschooling at the Speed of Life gives busy homeschooling mothers a thoughtfully thorough resource for bringing order back to their home. In tune with today’s pace, the book provides basic home-management principles, teaching parents how to de-clutter their homes, develop life skills in their children, tame the paper monster, and keep organized records. Also emphasized are ways to bu… More >>

Homeschooling at the Speed of Life: Balancing Home, School, and Family in the Real World with CDROM

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  • Condition: NEW
  • Notes: Brand New from Publisher. No Remainder Mark.

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Homeschooling parents are under great pressure. Besides trying to balance teaching responsibilities and family life, they often face unrealistic expectations from relatives, churches, other homeschoolers, and society at large. Even parents considering homeschooling sense the need to be perfect. Sonya Haskins doesn’t want any more families to give up on homeschooling. In this book she shares affirming stories and practical ideas from dozens of everyday familie… More >>

Homeschooling for the Rest of Us: How Your One-of-a-Kind Family Can Make Homeschooling and Real Life Work

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