Explains Common Core standards, educational methods, and special needs homeschooling. Advice on record keeping, socialization, and more. Discusses how to make homeschooling affordable.
Advocates a relaxed approach, but it still speaks authoritatively to other styles.
Encourages an open-minded approach to children pursuing their interests. Author gives real-world advice on organization. Tips for keeping things fresh and focusing on a love of learning and relationships rather than rote facts.
Some find this book over-emphasizes a child-led approach to learning.
Gently encourages burnt-out parents to not neglect themselves. Discourages perfectionism and self-doubt. Reminds you that education is a journey, not a race, and it's one you've chosen to walk together as a family.
While encouraging, it's questionable how well this approach would work for upper grades.
Helps create a clear vision of your homeschool calling. Reminds you to start with your goal in mind and stay focused. Practical tips for challenging situations such as wide age gaps, distracting toddlers, and special needs learners. Even veterans can benefit from this refresher.
Gives some practical advice, but focuses more on faith than concrete details of schooling.
Detailed method that progresses in a specific linear way as child's mind matures. Updated version includes curricula recommendations and new math and science considerations. Addresses modern standardized testing, high school-level education, college transcripts, and related issues.
Very long, and some ideas seem a bit dated. Section on special needs and learning styles is not terribly helpful.
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