The Best Homeschooling Books
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Welcome to What to Read Wednesday! This week officially marks the beginning of Back-to-School month for many families, including ours. My oldest starts his sophomore year of college in a few weeks, and we are gearing up for another adventure-filled year of homeschooling seventh and eleventh grades.
Back to School Giveaway!
To celebrate the ‘new year,’ we are trying something new here at What to Read Wednesday and offering a giveaway. Hopefully, this will turn into a weekly thing! (Let me know what you think.) So, scroll down a little ways to see the form where you can enter this week’s giveaway–and don’t forget to keep on scrolling for the linky!
This week, we are featuring our favorite tried and true homeschooling books. These resources are the ones I turn to again and again. Some are for newbies, but even a veteran homeschooling mom needs ideas, encouragement, and motivation from time to time.
No matter where you are on your journey, you will find these books to be invaluable. What is your favorite homeschooling resource? Please share in the comments. I’m always on the lookout for books to check out.
Our favorite homeschooling books
- I Saw the Angel in the Marble
- Educating the WholeHearted Child — Third Edition
- The Ultimate Guide to Homeschooling Teens
- A Charlotte Mason Companion: Personal Reflections on The Gentle Art of Learning(TM)
- For the Children’s Sake: Foundations of Education for Home and School
- Montessori: A Modern Approach: The Classic Introduction to Montessori for Parents and Teachers
- A Biblical Home Education: Building Your Homeschool on the Foundation of God’s Word
- You Can Teach Your Child Successfully: Grades 4-8
- The Three R’s
- The Successful Homeschool Family Handbook
- Teach Your Own: The John Holt Book Of Homeschooling
- Homeschooling High School with College in Mind
The most popular post from last week was:
Can Busy Mums Really Find Time to Spend with God? from Living Our Days
THIS WEEK’S FEATURED GIVEAWAY!
A Pirate’s Guide t’ th’ Grammar of Story: A Creative Writing Curriculum
We’re trying something new and exciting here on What to Read Wednesday–GIVEAWAYS! Up first is the unique writing and grammar curriculum called A Pirate’s Guide t’ th’ Grammar of Story by Wondertale Press. Written from the perspective of Captain Yogger LeFossa, children from the age of 8 work through this book learning all about how to brainstorm, use descriptive language, and all of the elements needed to weave together great stories for creative writing. You can read Castle View Academy’s full review here.
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