Since 1994, HSLDA has published a magazine biannually as a guide to homeschooling in Canada that helps document and follow the development of the homeschooling community. “Homeschool with HSLDA” is an invaluable magazine that supports families throughout their homeschool journey.
The articles tackle a variety of subjects, including: educational services; programs and publishers; different teaching methods; legal issues; or, personal homeschooling stories. The eye-catching cover is illustrated with friendly photos submitted by families who home educate their children. Your family could be the next to grace the cover, so feel free to send us your photos!
Click here to view a virtual sample of the latest edition of the Homeschool with HSLDA magazine. If you would like a copy mailed directly to you twice a year, please visit www.hslda.ca/membership or dial 519-913-0318 to join our association. With your HSLDA membership you will also gain access to our exclusive members section which includes additional resources.
The Old Schoolhouse® has been in publication since 2001 and is a twice-yearly print magazine found in stores like Target, Barnes & Noble, Krogers Grocery Store, and Books A Million. It’s also available in a quarterly digital format found online (www.TOSMagazine.com) and in app readers such as Apple, Android, Kindle Fire, and the Nook (www.TOSApps.com). The curriculum arm of The Old Schoolhouse®, SchoolhouseTeachers.com, offers hundreds of teachers, courses to fit every kind of learning style, and dedicated staff to help you in the comfort of your own home.
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