THM 2018 Editorial Calendar

The Homeschool Minute Editorial Calendar – YEAR 2018

January 3:  New Year, New Goals! What are Yours?

January 10: Let’s Get Organized! Cleaning and Managing Your Homeschool Space

January 17: Balancing the Babies: How to Educate with a Baby in Your Arms

January 24: Not Just the Great Books – Choose the BEST Books
(Is Good Literature Important, If So, What Is It?)

January 31: Burn-out: Relighting the Fire! Do you have the February blues?


February 7: Time Alone with God – For Mom

February 14: Online Learning – How to Teach Independent Studies

February 21: Let Them Choose! The Importance of Electives

February 28: Easy Ways to Teach Writing from Preschool up!


March 7: Transcripts, Credits and Graduation – High School Help!

March 14: How to Teach Math to Kids Who Hate it (or maybe it’s you?)

March 21: Homeschool Conventions – Why Go? What Kinds of Curriculum to Look for?

March 28: Cursive Writing, Copywork and Penmanship: Is it Really Necessary?


April 4: Home Management – Meal Planning – Run a Smoother Household!

April 11: The Benefits of Unit Studies

April 18: Geography & Geology – Where to Go and What to Find

April 25: When Family Does Not Support Homeschooling


May 2: Teaching (and Learning) Spanish

May 9: The Importance of Art & Music

May 16: Science: Textbooks, Apps and Experiments

May 23: Standing Firm: Remembering Why You Homeschool

May 30: Civics and Government – How Do You Teach These?


June 6: Grammar: When, Why, and How?

June 13: Teachable Moments

June 20: Literature-Based Learning

June 27: Am I Doing Enough, or Too Much?


July 4: Teaching the Challenging Child: Special Needs or Something Else?

July 11: Committed: Is Public School an Option? (Give away E-book)

July 18: Teaching Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) with Confidence

July 25:  Struggling Learners/Special Needs: Better at Home


Aug 1: Planning for the New School Year: Where to Start?

Aug. 8: Am I Qualified to Teach High School? Resources to Guide You…

Aug. 15: Grading and Testing – Is it Necessary?

Aug. 22: Support Groups, Conventions and Co-ops: Should you attend?

Aug. 29: Raising a Natural Speller and a Thoughtful Reader



Sept. 5: Making History Exciting for Every Grade Level

Sept. 12: Math’s Not So Hard (When You Have the Right Resources)

Sept. 19: What’s the Big Deal About Foreign Language: Should Every Child Learn One?

Sept. 26: Help for High Schoolers: What’s Good?


October 3:  Do Homeschoolers Need Sports and P.E.?

October 10: The Segue from Elementary School to Middle School Homeschooling

October 17: My Friends Are Telling Me to Public School…

October 24: Why Phonics?

October 31: Step One for Teaching Science to Elementary-aged Homeschoolers


November 7: Homeschooling While Traveling

November 14: Step One for Teaching Science to High School Homeschoolers

November 21: Thanksgiving Edition of THM

November 28: Chill, Mama: Stress-free Homeschooling


December 5: Well Grounded in God’s Word: Resources for Teaching Kids the Bible

December 12: Rest! Know When to Take a Breath (and a break!)

December 19: Merry Christmas from TOS!

December 26: Looking Back at Your Success: What Did You Do Right?