Lea Ann Garfias provides a detailed and all-encompassing resource for both novice and experienced homeschool parents.
It covers everything from setting up your homeschool, curriculum choices, teaching methods, handling special needs, and even preparing for graduation, making it an essential companion for the entire homeschooling journey.
With practical advice and insights, it ensures parents can navigate every stage of their child's education with confidence.
This book is probably my most favorite self-help book in this selection of books about homeschooling.
“Quiet the voices of “not good enough” and step courageously into guilt-free homeschooling”.
This is a book by Jamie Erickson you should have with you at all times!
It is a heartwarming and faith-based guide that speaks directly to the doubts and fears that can plague homeschooling parents.
Written by a homeschooling parent, this book combines personal stories, spiritual encouragement, and practical tips to help parents overcome self-doubt and find the courage to provide an education tailored to their child's needs.
This book by Simone Davies provides a comprehensive introduction to the Montessori method for toddlers.
This guide offers parents a structured approach to raising a responsible and inquisitive child, drawing from the principles of Montessori education to create an environment that nurtures independence, creativity, and a love of learning in their little ones.
I would actually recommend this book to every parent. Whether you homeschool or not.
It is a classic in the field of education that explores the natural process of learning in children.
In this special anniversary edition, John Holt delves into the timeless principles that guide a child's innate curiosity and ability to absorb knowledge, making it a valuable resource for parents, educators, and homeschoolers seeking a deeper understanding of the learning process.
Teaching from rest is a reassuring and practical guide for homeschooling parents seeking to find peace and balance in their educational journey.
This book by Sarah Mackenzie offers strategies and perspectives to help homeschoolers minimize stress, prioritize what truly matters, and create a nurturing and effective learning environment for their children.
This book by Susan Wise Bauer and Jessie Wise is a comprehensive guide for parents who want to educate their children at home using a classical approach to learning.
Divided into three stages, it covers a wide range of subjects, including history, literature, science, mathematics, and the arts.
The book offers a clear and concise explanation of the classical education philosophy, practical tools and resources for parents to implement this approach at home, and guidelines for evaluating student progress.
It is an excellent resource for parents who are interested in homeschooling and want to provide their children with a rigorous and well-rounded education.
The Core by Leigh Bortins is a comprehensive resource that outlines a classical education approach, emphasizing the importance of teaching core subjects like language, mathematics, and science in a systematic and integrated manner.
Bortins presents a structured method to help parents create a well-rounded and effective homeschool curriculum.