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Here are the top ten articles for the Homeschooling Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!

1. Star Wars Language Arts Lesson Plan
The force will be with you while teaching this Star Wars themed Language Arts lesson!

2. How to Lapbook
Learn about the basics of lapbooking, as well as resources and ideas to help your homeschooler create successful lapbooks.

3. Civil War Writing Prompts for High Schoolers
Challenge your high school homeschooler with these Civil War themed writing prompts.

4. Chinese New Year Journal Prompts
Chinese New Year is a perfect time to add sparkle to your homeschooler's journal with these creative prompts!

5. Teaching the Alphabet
Learn ways to effectively teach the alphabet to your preschooler!

6. New Year's Themed Math Problems
Restart your homeschooler's math in 2011 with these fun and challenging word problems!

7. Hoot Chapter Book Test
Hoot is a compelling story about saving our wildlife. Use this test to determine your homeschool child's comprehension of this book.

8. The Boxcar Children Book #1 Test
After completing the first book in The Boxcar Children series your homeschooler should be ready for this test.

9. Thanksgiving Themed Writing Prompts
Thanksgiving is a wonderful holiday to inspire creative writing. Find ten writing prompts for your older elementary or middle school homechooler to spark a thoughtful essay.

10. American Girl Kaya Study
American Girl Kaya is an American Indian girl growing up in the Northwest US in 1764. Come along to see how Kaya can be used to teach your homeschooler about Native American history.



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