Resources designed to help parents interested in homeschooling.
Linsenbach addresses important issues such as socialization and child development.
A resource for parents interested in teaching secondary-level courses at home, that includes curricula, college prep, and progress measurement.
This book identifies what children must learn and when. It includes subject-by-subject guidelines.
Two homeschooling experts offer their advice for best resources, practices, and tools for success.
Haskins offers advice and support for both new and experienced homeschoolers.
The author presents different homeschooling methods and advice.
The author offers answers and advice on best practices for home-educating children with autism.
Bittner offers advice on the processes and challenges of homeschooling.
This book covers all the math that your first- and second-grader should learn, and offers techniques for teaching it.
Stipek, a Stanford dean, has created a program that will encourage motivation and a love of learning in children.
Brodie and her ten-year-old daughter try homeschooling for a year.
In addition to providing practical information on homeschooling, this book addresses potential political, legal, and legislative issues.
The author offers lessons focusing on literacy, mathematics, sensory awareness, and practical life skills.
The author describes his experience of raising his daughters outside of conventional schooling.
More than 500 creative learning activities for children aged three to twelve.
The author contends that an academically rigorous education is possible within the family.