My first step when I start something new is to read everything I can about it. Homeschooling was no different. While there are a lot of homeschool blogs out there, I want actual books to read. These are my favorite books for reading in the beginning, these are the books to start your homeschool journey with.
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Books to Start Your Homeschool Journey
In this book, they go beyond the basics of academics and delve into delightful methods like active learning, learning with video games, using LEGO® bricks for learning, teaching on the road, learning with movies, and gardening.
The Big Book of Homeschool Ideas talks about all kinds of children: boys, only children, twins, teenage girls, and perfectionists. There are chapters about special needs such as giftedness, bipolar disorder, dyslexia, and sensory issues.
Stop making homeschooling more difficult than it has to be. As a homeschool mom, there is a good chance that you are your own worst enemy. In order to take charge of your efforts and your results, you need ideas that allow you to step outside your old paradigms. This ebook presents five simple ones that will do just that.
102 Top Picks makes it easy for home educators to select the right curriculum for each family situation and each child’s learning style. If you aren’t sure how you want to homeschool, or even what options there are in learning styles, or curriculum options that are available, this is the book for you.
As a homeschooling parent, you’re always looking for new and creative ways to teach your child the basics. Look no longer! Inside this innovative helper, you’ll find kid-tested and parent-approved techniques for learning math, science, writing, history, manners, and more that you can easily adapt to your family’s homeschooling needs.
Homeschooling 101 offers you a step-by-step practical guide that will help you get started and continue on in your homeschooling journey.
A straight-laced insurance adjuster who recently discovered both surfing convinces his wife to homeschool their rambunctious twins. David is a liberal stay-at-home dad who feels stuck in suburbia and throws his energy into homeschooling his three “ducklings.” Wedding photographer Keith has just separated from Beth, a full-time mom struggling to manage her own private chaos. Keith and Beth’s precocious daughter, who copes with severe allergies and doesn’t understand why she’s not attending school and seeing friends like she used to.
Here is their story.
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