|Your Child's Growing Mind
This book became an instant classic when it was published in 1987, and has been a cornerstone for educators ever since. Now revised and updated to reflect recent findings in brain research, this book guides parents, teachers, and caregivers as they gauge the level of development of an individual child's brain.
|Homeschoolers' College Admissions Handbook
This book explains the different transcript types, and learning of various ways to earn college credit. It explains how to create your childs portfolio so they can attend the college of choice. The checklist at the end of the book is especially helpful in determining when my to take the PSAT and SAT and when to actually apply to college and for financial aid.
|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.