Foundations For Successful Homeschooling
AN A TO Z ARTICLE
Those with large families often wonder, “How do we successfully unschool my family when my state requires me to report?” Schools, meanwhile, are trying to create a large-family atmosphere at their sites so that young children may learn as if they were in a home setting.
Tips for Frazzled Homeschool Moms
AN A TO Z ARTICLE
Now that we are teaching the oldest two of our four children, my wife, Mary, has had to develop an intricate strategy in order to have a productive day. By Scott Stroud.
We are mothers of many little ones, and sometimes big and middle ones, too! We homeschool. We are busy. We love our children, and we like Charlotte Mason’s methods.
Homeschooling More Than One Child:
A Practical Guide for Families
by Carren Joye
Here’s a book that addresses the special challenges of homeschooling two or more children for parents just starting to homeschool and veterans desiring fresh ideas. From extensive research and personal experience, author Carren W. Joye provides a comprehensive collection of quick tips and long-term solutions to make homeschooling more than one child a successful and rewarding experience.
Homeschooling With Larger Families
If you have several children in the home – even if they aren’t all of school age – and are short on experience but long on ideals, consider the following suggestions. They may help you avoid some truly colossal blunders and may even save a few gray hairs. Lawrence Williams, Ed.D., Oak Meadow.
Most moms of several children become experts at multitasking with experience although don’t let anyone convince you that it’s as simple to homeschool a bunch as it is one or two. By Tamara Eaton.
Teaching from Rest: A Homeschooler’s Guide to Unshakable Peace
by Sarah Mackenzie
This new, revised, and first print edition of Sarah Mackenzie’s best-selling eBook version contains 35% new content! Those who have made the decision to homeschool their children have done so out of great love for their children and a desire to provide them an excellent education in the context of a warm, enriching home. Yet so many parents (mainly mothers) who have taken up this challenge find the enterprise often full of stress, worry, and anxiety. In this practical, faith-based, and inspirational book, Sarah Mackenzie addresses these questions directly, appealing to her own study of restful learning (scholé) and her struggle to bring restful learning to her (six) children.