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Vendor: Old Schoolhouse
Publication Date: 2006
Availability: In Stock
Can you homeschool? Yes, you can! Paul and Gena Suarez, the publishers of the The Old Schoohouse Magazine, bring you this E-Book to show you that, Yes! You CAN homeschool! Whether you are a new parent thinking ahead to your family's educational years, a homeschooler in the trenches, or a veteran who has been there, done that, this E-Book holds something for everyone.
You will learn from well-known authors such as Cindy Rushton, Christine Field, Terri Camp, and Lorrie Flem. You'll hear from homeschool moms just like you, and there are even a few chapters by homeschool graduates! We know that there isn't just one right way to homeschool. We believe that each family has to figure out what method and educational philosophy fits their family best. Some parents may be juggling work responsibilities and homeschooling. Others are homeschooling as single parents. Some have special needs children while others are still learning the basics of home education. With this variety of authors and the resources they discuss, you will find inspiration and encouragement tailored to your family's needs!
How to make your homeschool more fun and a natural part of your day-to-day life.
Simple, stress-free steps to teaching your child to read.
What questions you should ask to help you determine your philosophy of education.
How a single mother balances homeschooling six children and working full-time.
Practical ideas and suggestions for keeping up with the housework while homeschooling.
How to incorporate lapbooking into your homeschool studies.
How to be a frugal homeschooler. A mom of four shares from her own experience and points you to many free homeschooling resources.
How to creatively and successfully teach math.
The trials and triumphs of homeschooling a special needs child.
Each contributor addresses a specific topic important to homeschooling. You can find the information you need, when you need it. Each chapter is short, simple, and full of inspiration and encouragement.
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