7 Must-Read Books for Homeschooling Moms
Homeschooling is a daunting task and stepping into the world of homeschooling can be terrifying and overwhelming. There are so many questions and where do you even begin?
I’ve been there.
Over the years I’ve read so many homeschooling books, some good and some meh. Some were so good that I laminated the covers because I knew I’d be loaning them out to friends.
So, friend, if you were sitting at my kitchen table and were considering homeschooling, these are the top 7 books I’d recommend to you!
1.For the Children’s Sake. If you want the whys of home education, this is the book. I’ve highlighted my copy and worn it out. My favorite!
2. Educating the Whole-Hearted Child. I’ve bought this book for several friends. I’ve bought myself several copies and loaned them out. A must read!
3. A Charlotte Mason Companion. An introduction to the Charlotte Mason method by Karen Andreola. A gentle approach.
4.When Children Love to Learn. Practical applications of Susan Schaeffer MacCauley’s methods.
5. The Three R’s. Ruth Beechick’s indispensable work. Mercifully short. Common sense. A “you can do this” kind of book.
6.You Can Teach Your Child Successfully: Grades 4-8. Ruth Beechick’s common sense guide to what your child needs to learn and how to approach it. Simple to use.
7. Teaching from Rest. One of the best books on limitations, priorities, living out God’s will for your life, and the faith that says that God will take your small offering and multiply your efforts.
Veteran Homeschooling Moms, which books would you add to this list? Feel free to comment below or on FB.
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