|So You're Thinking about Homeschooling
This book covers a day in the life of a different homeschooling family in each chapter. Each family homeschools for different reasons using different approaches and curriculums. You will learn about the many homeschooling methods available and that you don't have to have your curriculum picked out and your lesson plans all done before you are ready to homeschool! It's OK to try out several methods until you find out what works for each child.
|The Complete Home Learning Sourcebook
Homeschooling is becoming the "school of choice" for more and more parents, currently involving one and a half million people. Rupp, who has homeschooled her own children, begins with some background notes on the movement, for instance, that the average homeschool family annually spends $546 per child. She gives a big plug to public libraries, calling them "an unending source of literature, information, [and] free enrichment programs." The bulk of the book provides useful names, street addresses, costs, and E-mail and web addresses for resources.
|The Big Book of Home Learning: Junior High Through College
Excellent hard to find information about high-school and college. Mary shares her deepest throughts and shows her true ultra conservative, anti-feminist, right-wing colors throughout the book. An enormous collection of resources and advice from a homechooling veteran.