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Author Page: Lynne



Lynne has enjoyed homeschooling her two sons for the past five years, after their brief stint in the local public school. Her older son is a humorous fellow with high functioning autism who thrives in a home education environment. Her younger son is a sensitive soul with a great deal of patience. The boys, Mom, and Dad, along with the two guinea pigs, live in Northeast Ohio. Lynne holds a Master’s Degree in French Language and Literature. She is also a Harry Potter fanatic, enjoys line dancing and Zumba, spends hours scrapbooking, and loves organic vegetables. You can visit her soon-to-be revitalized blog at

Lynne is also the Financial Manager for Sandbox to Socrates.

Articles written by Lynne:

Is Classical Education about Curriculum?

Flip-flop Weather

Classical Homeschooling: Not Just for Christians

Preschool Curriculum? Just Say No!

Favorite Online Math Resources

MathStart Books

Review: Writing and Rhetoric

Liberal Arts Light

A Year-Long Approach to Lesson Plans

Homeschool Rite of Passage: The Chicken Mummy

Science and History, Hand in Hand

Elementary Dissection Lab

Homeschooling Through a Parent’s Illness

The World from the Outside In: Why I Chose Classical Homeschooling

Plugged Into a Different Creative Outlet

Memoria Press Review: Geography I

Parents as Teachers: Qualifications

Making Connections

Bringing Grammar Stage History to Life

Care to Get a Little Dirty? Study Earth Science!

Latin is Alive and Well on Planet Earth

Jumping the Language Hurdles in the Classics


My Homeschool New Year’s Resolution

Excited About Earth Science

Is Classical Education About Curriculum?

Fun and Games


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