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Guerrilla Learning: How to Give Your Kids a Real Education With or Without School
Let your daughter read her library books instead of finishing her homework . Ask your eleven-year-olds beloved third grade teacher to comment on his poetry. Invite a massage therapist to dinner because your daughter wants to go to massage school instead of college. Give your child the freedom to pursue his interests, develop her strengths, cultivate self-discipline, and discover the joy of learning throughout life.
If youve ever felt that your child wasnt flourishing in school or simply needs something the professionals arent supplying, youre ready to become a "guerrilla educator." Revolutionary and inspiring, Guerrilla Learning explains whats wrong (and whats useful) about our traditional schools and shows you how to take charge of your familys education to raise thinking, creative young people despite the constraints of traditional schooling.
Filled with fun and exciting exercises and projects to do with children of all ages, this remarkable approach to childhood, education, and life will help you release your childs innate abilities and empower him or her in the wider world that awaits beyond the school walls.
Christian Kids Explore Chemistry/Biology
Parenting With Grace: Catholic Parent's Guide to Raising Almost Perfect Kids
Considering God's Creation
Waldorf Education: A Family Guide
What draws parents and educators toward Waldorf Education today? "Waldorf Education - A Family Guide" offers a "first look" for parents and educators into the history, philosophy, curriculum, and traditions of this unique education. This comprehensive book is a collection of articles describing the world of Waldorf Education - the fastest growing independent school movement in the world.
Catholic Homeschool Companion
Here’s your one-stop resource for information, insight, and inspiration about every aspect of educating your children at home — written by those who understand it best: homeschooling parents themselves!
Would you like to teach science or phonics better? Introduce your child to Latin, piano, or great works of art? Try new classroom approaches that other parents find effective? In these pages, you’ll find helpful essays from more than forty veteran homeschooling parents to help you do all this and more. You’ll also find wise advice and practical tips to make you a better teacher and your homeschool more productive and enjoyable.
Of course, homeschooling involves more than academics. That’s why The Catholic Homeschool Companion includes essays to help you foster your children’s moral and spiritual development, involve time-challenged dads, teach kids with special needs or in special circumstances, and handle other common problems homeschoolers face.
Are you frustrated trying to fulfill state academic standards or diocesan requirements for sacramental preparation? No problem!
Here’s shrewd advice from parents who’ve fought those battles already. There’s also humor to lighten your heart when the daily grind gets you down, and, for those really bad times when you wonder whether homeschooling is even worth it, The Catholic Homeschool Companion brings you heartening testimony from teenagers and young adults who tell how grateful they are that their parents taught them at home.
Information, insight, and inspiration: it’s all right here in The Catholic Homeschool Companion, the must-own resource for new and experienced homeschoolers alike.
Idea Book For Cuisenaire Rods At The Intermediate Level
Bead Sequencing Set
A Catholic Homeschool Treasury: Nurturing Children's Love for Learning
This book reviews different approaches to learning and different homeschooling methods. Read parents' perspectives and learn more about homeschooling issues.
Five in a Row
A Reason For® Reading
English from the Roots Up
Learning Language Arts Through Literature
Recovering the Lost Tools of Learning: An Approach to Distinctively Christian Education
Author Douglas Wilson makes the argument that education must have a foundation of religion, which informs worldview. Education is the asking and answering of questions, and learning to read and write is simply the process of acquiring the tools needed to do that.
Kinder Dolls: A Waldorf Doll-Making Handbook
· Ten designs, including soft, baggy, angel, pouch, sack, and limbed dolls
· Twelve basic clothes patterns and ethnic variations
· Tools, techniques, and materials
· Safety guidelines and sewing methods
· Recycling tips and where to get materials
Dumbing Us Down: The Hidden Curriculum of Compulsory Schooling
Name That Country Game
Pattern Blocks and Boards
Freedom and Beyond (Innovators in Education)
I Learn Better by Teaching Myself/Still Teaching Ourselves
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