Is homeschooling right for your family? If you’re ready to jump into homeschooling for the first time, this how-to guide by experienced homeschooling mom of four will provide you with ALL THE KNOW-HOW YOU NEED to get started confidently and stress-free. This easy read will walk you step-by-step through your homeschool preparation.
What You Need to Start Homeschooling
Everything you need to know about homeschooling grades K-12 is covered with over 70 hyperlinks to online resources. The chapters are jam-packed with info in an easy-to-read format with actionable bite-sized pieces making it doable to read and apply what you’re learning.
You’ll walk away with so many questions answered:
- Is homeschool right for our family?
- How to choose homeschool subjects
- How and where to find homeschool curricula
- How to plan out your school year
- What’s our homeschool style?
- What’s my child’s learning style?
- How to set up a sustainable homeschool routine
- Homeschool organization
- Behavior management
- Homeschooling in community
- How to make homeschooling affordable
- How to teach to the heart and lead your kids to God
Plus, you get the FREE BONUS companion download, Heading into Homeschool Workbook, with the charts, worksheets, and homeschooling forms you’ll need to prepare to homeschool.
Every family deserves a way to do life together that brings joy, fulfillment, and peace. Every child deserves to love learning and to blossom academically. Homeschooling can give your family a way to do both.
This is just what you need to get started homeschooling today!
Reviews for the Book
This fantastic guide is a filled with all the information, advice and tips to begin a successful homeschooling program! Amanda Wilson's knowledge and understanding of the good and bad times that may happen, is so helpful for anyone wanting to start a home school! -Holly Bird
About the Author:
Amanda is a teacher turned homeschool mom of 4 who is also a Christian writer and blogger at Maestramom.com where she writes about where the worlds of teaching and mothering come together. Amanda is all about kids and when not writing you can probably find her singing with her littles, possibly very loudly.
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