Wouldn’t it be great to have a resource you could turn to when you have a question in your homeschool?
How can I encourage my teens to be more independent learners?
What should a preschooler be doing for school?
How can I make geography practical and fun?
What can I do to make learning handwriting easier for my children?
What are my options for foreign language learning in homeschool?
What should I do if my child hates math?
In this book, we go beyond the basics of academics and delve into delightful methods like active learning, learning with video games, using LEGO® bricks for learning, teaching on the road, learning with movies, and gardening.
The Big Book of Homeschool Ideas talks about all kinds of children: boys, only children, twins, teenage girls, and perfectionists. There are chapters about special needs such as giftedness, bipolar disorder, dyslexia, and sensory issues.
The 55 experienced homeschool moms wh