Welcome! We are so pleased to have been donated a copy of this beautiful book, of over 300 pages, to offer to our readers. Hawthorn Press have long been a publisher of detailed, educational and attractive books that have inspired and been enjoyed by many families.
Relax and enjoy the illustrations, wander through the pages picking up ideas and creative inspiration at every turn. Stories, Games, Songs, Activities for all, it’s something to enjoy at any time of year, but particularly useful for picking up when your own spirit is flagging and you need a boost of creative loveliness to read and share!
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Volume 2 Issue 1
Ross Moutney talks to HE teens and their families; Jai Daniels-Freestone discusses her thoughts on introducing structure; Rachel Carter explains part of what it is to be an adult on the autism spectrum; the perfect cookie recipe, project ideas, giveaways and discounts! (Who's Not in School, Children's Nature Book and more!) Thankyou for supporting the aims of Eos CIC by purchasing the magazine.
Winter 2014, including: School is Normal? by Jai Daniels-Freestone; Fostering Independence by Ross Mountney; Joining the Dots by Jane Levicki; Interview with Katie Pybus; Sewing with your children, reviews and more!
Autumn 2014, including: To School or Not to School, is That the Question? by Jai Daniels-Freestone; Tips for Starting Home Education by Ross Mountney; Family History by Ken Abbott; Minecraft's Influence - including a Beginner's Guide for Parents by Abby Davis; Home Educating a Large Family by Paula Cleary; project ideas, reviews and more!
Summer 2014, including: Coping with the Tricky Bits by Ross Mountney, On the Road Again by Paula Cleary; project ideas and reviews.
Issue 8, Spring 2013, including: One family's story, how they started home education; Science, the life cycle of a frog
Issue 7 Winter 2012, including: Drama; Geography
Issue 6, Autumn 2012, including: History by accident - who needs a curriculum?!; Home educating a child with Aspergers
Issue 5, December 2011, including: science at home; Home Education on a budget
Issue 4, March/April 2011 - including: One family's experience of learing to read and write; Motherhood guilt
Issue 3, December 2010, including: GCSEs at home; Music, Shakespeare.
Issue 2, September 2010, including: NaNoWriMo; Tests
or click here to get a free copy of Issue 1 with free entry to the prize draw!