A Fallacy Review for Homeschoolers

Here is another relevant example, from the Fallacy Detective authors, of the Avoiding the Question fallacy. Great refresher for your students, follow this link and watch the examples with your children and help them decipher where the fallacies occur and how these fallacies impact the decisions that we make and our culture.

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Timberdoodle’s Homeschool Vodcast #0008 – Product Testing

Dozens of products must be evaluated before we print our 2010 Curriculum Catalog. Watch this video to get a glimpse of the review process here at Timberdoodle. But best of all this time it was 4 young relatives, ages 2-7, who explored, experimented, and tested a wide array of new exciting products, from construction to music to scooters, and more! Check back in April to see how many of these products make it onto our website, or better yet, sign up for our free catalog and stay in the loop:

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Cousins – What You Ought To Know (By the Brothers Winn)

Our cousins from near and far were here this weekend, so this clip from the Winn Brothers seems especially timely! ———————————————- Laugh while you learn and retain 800% more! This weekend’s laugh by The Brothers Winn is titled, “Cousins.” Brett and Jedd produce an innovative vodcast, What You Ought To Know, covering many and varied topics. Check back next Friday for the next informative installment!!

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Language Guide – What You Ought To Know (By the Brothers Winn)

A couple of us are on our way to Bellingham this afternoon to vend at our first 2010 homeschool conference. I hope they speak our language up there…. ———————————————- ———————————————- Laugh while you learn and retain 800% more! This Friday’s laugh by The Brothers Winn is titled, “Language Guide.” Brett and Jedd produce an innovative vodcast, What You Ought To Know, covering many and varied topics. Check back next Friday for the next informative installment!!

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Homeschooling Your Toddler Tornadoes!

Homeschooling Your Toddler Tornadoes!

Originally published in Timberdoodle’s 1990-1991 catalog Don’t you just love toddlers? They are so enthusiastic, loving, curious, confident, and innocent. However, to a home-educating mom, they are also exhausting, impatient, loud, and unpredictable. But how can we incorporate these tornadoes in with the older children in our education program without making them the center of it? Here are some ideas that have worked for us. 1. Pick up a few school supplies for them. Construction toys (Wedgits), beginning thinking skills books, and even Kumon workbooks are all great choices for toddlers and will let them participate in school alongside their […]

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