When I started homeschooling over 10 years ago, there just wasn't much information available to me. I had to learn about homeschooling mostly through trial and error. There is so much variety available in curriculum and help now. It makes it much easier for the family to get started in homeschooling.
It's a homeschool convention in a book! For novice and veteran teachers, this extensive guide offers details about today's most viable education models and helps you choose methodologies. Over 20 contributors---including Christine Field, Diana Waring, and Dr. Ruth Beechick---provide seasoned advice on classical, Charlotte Mason, unit study, and other methods; special needs; carschooling; whole heart learning; and more. 280 pages. $11.69
Christine and Mark Field cast a grand vision for the education of homeschooled children across the world; written in a pleasant conversational tone, they passionately establish their perspectives on a biblical-minded approach to education. Through subject-by-subject chapters you'll be exposed to broad yet detailed chapters on language arts, math, history, life skills and more; infuse your "head skills" with more than a little passion for God with the advice in Homeschooling 101. 304 pages. $11.24