Do you know enough to teach your child all they need to know? Or will they miss out by not going to school?
Those sorts of fears are something all homeschool Moms face, so this handy book helps out with inexpensive and unique homeschooling ideas so you can teach every subject from Math to Science.
Worried you will have to buy lots of expensive curricula and never be able to give your child the education they deserve?
Well...the great news is - this book proves that by teaching your child at home you actually have far more opportunities for them to learn. And it's not about money.
The basis of education is interest, and with the projects in this book you can encourage your child to pick topics and activities which they enjoy.
Whether you unschool, have a relaxed schedule or like everything planned up to the minute you can add in these fun homeschooling ideas to cover the parts of the curriculum you are struggling with.
If you feel overwhelmed by all the things you have to do as a homeschool Mom - join the crowd!
This homeschooling ideas book is a life saver because it contains the best activities for all ages which have been specially picked for you with the help of over 2,000 families in my Courageous Homeschooling Facebook support group.
It saves you hours and hours of googling and searching Pinterest.
One of the biggest reasons homeschool fails is battles with the kids over 'school' work.
Whether you use workbooks and curricula or not, these activities add the fun back into learning.
You will find suggestions for resources and field trips as well as inspiring ideas to make the traditional subjects come alive.
Workbooks can be a part of your child's education but they do not need to be the whole of it.
The homeschooling ideas here re-awaken all of your family's enthusiasm for learning so you are all on the same side and able to show off to family and friends the benefits of teaching your child at home.
You will prove that you are good enough to teach your child, you can do this and no one can do it better.
Not all classrooms have to have four walls!
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