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The Secular Eclectic Academic Magazine is a free publication of SEA Homeschoolers. It features articles written for secular academic homeschoolers by secular academic homeschoolers. Each issue has advice, information, book recommendations, homeschool projects, recipes, and travel notes.

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In this Month's Issue

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Regular Features:

Homeschool Projects, Coloring Page, On the Road Again, & Recipe

Three Strategies for Helping Reluctant Writers
by Michelle Parrinello-Cason

Teaching Your Dyslexic Child to Read
by Pamela Brookes

16 Educational Toys that Make Great Gifts
by Kat Hutcheson

The Art of Movie Magic
by Jason Grooms

Climate Action Challenge
by Blair Lee

Using NaNoWriMo in Your Homeschool
by Anne Ryan

Science Activity: Rotating Peanut Butter
By Conceptual Academy

September, 2019

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What Does Meeting Writing Standards Look Like at Every Age
by Michelle Parrinello-Cason

Let Them Play is Only Half the Story: Part Two
by Samantha Matalone Cook

Helping to Save the World: Choosing a Service Project
by Blair Lee

Book Pairings that Will Get Your Teen Talking about Big Ideas
by Michelle Parrinello-Cason for the SEA Teen Book Club

Worldschooling: Southern Africa As Our Classroom
by Steve Askin and Catherine Hanna

Bouyant Balloons 
By Conceptual Academy

August, 2019

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Planning and Leading the Trip of a Lifetime
by Steve Askin and Catherine Hanna

Homeschooling While Working
by LM Preston

Homeschooling Methodologies
by Blair Lee

This is What Perfectionism Looks Like
by Heather Boorman

How to Satisfy the Powers that Be
by Farrar Williams

Measuring the Speed of Light
By Conceptual Academy

Climate Literacy: It’s an Education Issue
by Blair Lee

July, 2019

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Going from Rigor to Relaxed
by Farrar Williams

How to get a Special Needs Assessment for Homeschooled Kids
by Pam Ragland

If Your Child Needs a Gap Year…
Have Them Take It

by Blair Lee

An Eclectic Summer Reading List
by Kat Hutcheson

Ten Storytelling Podcasts for Summer Travel & Carschooling
by Lilly Vicens

One Third Stories Review
By Ann Ryan

How to Create a Parent Led
Homeschool Co-op

by Sharon Anderson

Celestron Binocular Review
by Blair Lee

June, 2019

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“Let Them Play” Is Only Half the Story
by Samantha Matalone Cook MAT

How to Be an Ally
by Laurabeth Rapaz

College… So Many Choices
by Laura Kazan

The Four Methods of Evaluation
by Blair Lee MS

An Absolutely Beautiful Collection of Alphabet Books
by Kat Hutcheson

May, 2019

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Ladybug Fun with Kids in the Garden
by homeschoolgardens.com

Assessment, Evaluation, & Grades
by Blair Lee MS

50+ Kid Picked Favorites for Homeschooling Young Learners
by Kat Hutcheson

Ready…Set…Go…
by Laura Kazan M. Ed.

Participating in the Long Cruise With Sea Scouts
by Riley Bristol

Planning High School: College Admissions for the Parents of 8th and 9th Graders
by Kate Laird

April, 2019

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Developmentally Appropriate Kindergarden
by Laura Sowdon

Advice on Applying to College
by Blair Lee MS

Meaningful Earth Day Activities for Kids

Spring Activities to Go with I’m in Charge of Celebrations
by Ann Ryan

Could Your Homeschooled Child Have Dyslexia? Dysgraphia? Dyscalculia?
by Pam Ragland

Set Their Passion Free
by Sharon Anderson

Educational Links from NASA

March, 2019

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A Note from Founder Blair Lee

Sometimes We Should Be Uncomfortable
by Samantha Matalone Cook

Women’s History Month Reading List
by Kat Hutcheson

Advice for Joining Park Days
by Jackie Geist

10 Ways to Make Sure Your Science Curriculum Is Secular
by Blair Lee MS

Our Kids Need Us to Teach
by Farrar Williams