Suggested Readings (Chapter 6)

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Suggested Readings (Chapter 6)


Understanding Homeschooling Philosophy

  1. Unschooled: Adventures in Learning Outside the Box by Kerry Maguire: A memoir showcasing the author's family's experience with unschooling, providing insights and encouragement for considering this approach.

Creating a Conducive Learning Environment:

  1. The Organized Homeschool: Simple Tweaks for Maximum Impact by Lisa Welchel: Practical tips for creating a clutter-free, organized learning environment conducive to homeschooling.
  1. Homeschooling on a Budget: Tips & Tricks for Keeping Costs Down by Shannon Riley: Offers strategies for budgeting and finding affordable resources for homeschooling.
  1. The Well-Balanced Homeschool: Cultivating Balance in Your Homeschool & Your Life by Pam Sorooshian: Discusses balancing homeschooling with other responsibilities and creating a sustainable approach.

Curriculum Choices and Customization:

  1. Homeschooling: The Complete Guide by Lisa Liesveld: Provides an overview of different homeschooling approaches, curriculum options, and legal considerations.
  1. The Homeschool Handbook: How to Teach Your Child at Home by John Holt: Classic guide offering practical advice on curriculum selection, lesson planning, and assessment.
  1. 100 Top Picks for Homeschool Curriculum by Cathy Duffy: Reviews and recommendations for various homeschooling curriculum resources across different subjects and age groups.
  1. How to Build a Curriculum by Michael Clay Thompson: Guides designing a personalized curriculum aligned with your child's interests and learning styles.

 
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