Due to the fact that the editor and co-founder, Trisha, is currently going into college, BTH is going to be switching back to being a four-issue-per year magazine. We don’t want to leave you waiting and waiting for staggered issues due to Trisha’s other commitments, so to keep BTH alive it’s better to have four GREAT issues per year instead of lots of LATE issues per year!
Don’t forget to keep submitting, and thanks for being such great readers!
Phew– error fixed, and latest issue link sent out to all subscribers! Enjoy, and be sure to check back later for the opportunity to tell a fun adventure you’ve had for next issues Homeschool Opinions column!
There was a slight error that prevents us from sending out a new email reminder with the latest issue right now. Anyone who is already a subscriber will be able to access the new issue through their last Latest Issue email link. Any new subscribers should be able to access the latest issue immediately.
A new email will be sent out as soon as this problem is solved. So close! Don’t worry, readers, the problem will be fixed soon!
That’s right– IT’S OUT! FINALLY!
Find it in your email inboxes if you have subscribed, or subscribe now to receive it if you haven’t done so alreayd.
Enjoy, everyone, and expect the NEXT issue soon.
Hi, everyone! We know you have all been patiently (or not so patiently!) waiting for the latest issue of BTH to come out or waiting to recieve a pen pal if you applied for the pen pal program. Sorry to keep you waiting, everyone– Trisha (me) who edits the magazine has been very busy lately! Don’t worry, though, the latest issue WILL come out soon and you WILL get your new pen pals!
Thank you for being such great readers!
Hi, BTH readers! The next issue of Back-to-Homeschool– February/March is coming soon, so don’t worry– you won’t have to wait long for another fun issue of BTH!
Now it’s time to start submitting content for the April/May issue! Any homeschooled reader of BTH can submit content to BTH; all you need to is email it in!
Short stories, research articles, quizzes, your artwork– whatever you can think of!
We need cover photos for the coming issues of BTH! Anyone can be a Back-to-Homeschool cover model; all you need to do is take a picture of yourself or you and some friends and send it in to BTH! We prefer if the cover issue is as high-quality as you make it, so photos taken with your phone most likely won’t make the cover. However, photos we don’t use on the cover will sometimes be used as other pictures throughout the inside of the issue.
Just send it in to firstname.lastname@example.org along with your name and age!
Hi everybody! What did you think of the latest issue of BTH? Leave a comment for your feedback and suggestions– it’s really helpful for the Writers’ Board Members! Also, feel free to comment and tell us your favorite article.
The Homeschool Opinions question for the February/March issue is:
WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE MOVIE?
Tell us what is– in your opinion– the best movie ever! Just write a few sentences that talk about why you like it and what it is about. We suggest that you add an age level recommendation to any movie that you think you need to.
Then leave a comment on this post and include your name and age, and it may be featured in the next issue of BTH!
Here are some samples :
My favorite movie is Lady and the Tramp. It’s a cute story about a little dog named Lady who lives with her owners “Jim Dear” and “Darling.” One day, after her owners have a new baby, Lady must stay at home with her “aunt” and her two mean Siamese cats. When Lady gets blamed for the mess that the cats make, she must wear a muzzle! Lady runs away, and embarks on an adventure with Tramp, a feisty dog who doesn’t have an owner, and the two begin to fall in love. It’s a great story for all ages, especially if you love dogs!
Allie, age 9
My favorite movie is Star Wars Episode IV! It’s about a boy named Luke who lives on the planet Tatooine in a galaxy far, far away. When he meets a mysterious old man named Ben Kenobi, he discovers that his father Anakin was a Jedi knight who protected the galaxy from the evil Sith. So begins Luke’s adventure to become a Jedi, an action packed story full of great characters including the evil Darth Vader, the cocky Han Solo, and my favorite heroine, Princess Leia! I would recommend Episode IV for ages 9+, but some of the other episodes, like Episode III, I would recommend for older viewers.
Posy, age 15
Please note that if we select a comment with a typo/error, we will spell-check it in BTH.
Finally! The wait is over!