When I first started thinking about sharing some of the homeschool books that I have read and loved I hit Pinterest to see if there were any that I had to read, you know, some that are recommended by every homeschool blogger out there. I was a bit amazed to see how few pins there were showing up on Pinterest as homeschool books and then using for mom suggestion on Pinterest.
Homeschool Books for Homeschooling Moms
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Here is the list of books that I have really enjoyed and found useful. I hit up our library website to see a list of the books I have checked out to get a complete list of the books I have read. With that said, I do your Amazon to link to the books to show you which ones I am talking about, but that in no way says you can’t go to your library to get them as I do.
Unschooling is founded on the principle that children learn best when they pursue their own natural curiosities and interests. No bells, schedules, and rules about what to do and when, the knowledge they gain through mindful living and exploration is absorbed more easily and enthusiastically.
Project-based homeschooling combines children’s interests with long-term, deep, complex learning.
As a homeschooling parent, you’re always looking for new and creative ways to teach your child the basics. Here you’ll find kid-tested, parent-approved techniques for learning math, science, writing, history, manners, and more that you can easily adapt to your family’s homeschooling needs.
This is an older book, I’m not completely sure if it is still in print, but it is super helpful for planning your child’s education.
Parenting teenagers requires us to change the way in which we view our children; we must recognize and acknowledge that they are budding adults.
One mom found volumes of information on how to recognize the challenges in ADHD children, how to manage them, how to discipline them, and more. But no one told her how to teach her son math tomorrow. She developed techniques that are not only fun for all children, but highly successful with any child who struggles with focus.
Here are the benefits, the rewards, and the importance of reading aloud to children of a new generation. Supported by delightful anecdotes as well as the latest research (including the good and bad news on digital learning).
understanding of the ways children come to understand the world and added up-to-the-moment practical advice. Rather than proposing that parents turn their homes into miniature schools, they demonstrate how ordinary parents can help children grow as social, active learners.