Homeschooling is a choice that some parents prefer, which totally worked out for me and my two children. If you are open to homeschooling your children, here are a few books that will prepare you on what to expect. It isn’t exactly the easiest task in the world, but your children will become life-long learners and pursue their interests, which is what this world really needs.
Homeschooling for Success: How Parents Can Create a Superior Education for Their Child
Written by: Elizabeth Kanna, Rebecca Kochenderfer, Robert T. Kiyosaki (Foreword)
This book stresses on how parents can play an important role in their child’s education. We all know it is not easy especially at a time like this when the cost of education is rising and student loans are difficult to manage. As we branch out into education, we learn that our children have different kinds of learning styles and they must adapt to several homeschooling styles that will benefit them the most. Parents can turn to the option of homeschooling.
The Ultimate Book of Homeschooling Ideas: 500+ Fun and Creative Learning Activities for Kids Ages 3-12
Written by: Linda Dobson
We know that homeschooling deviates from the traditional education that is practiced among schools. With that being said, parents will need to find new and creative ways to tackle concepts or ideas so that their children will be readily able to digest everything. This book is a great resource for projects and activities because it demonstrates tried and tested methods that have been greatly maximized by parents who homeschool their children as well. You won’t be disappointed!
So You’re Thinking about Homeschooling: Fifteen Families Show How you Can Do It
Written by: Lisa Whelchel
By reading actual stories of families that gave homeschooling a try, you can be inspired to do the same. At one point or the other, you might even find yourself in the same shoes as them because of their diverse backgrounds. These helpful insights give you a peek into the world of homeschooling and its benefits. As a parent, you need to know what you will expect since homeschooling requires a tremendous amount of discipline. You can gather useful tips on what to do and not to do when teaching topics to your children.