Do you ever wish you had a panel of homeschooling moms that would let you pick their brain for some new as well as tried and true ideas? Or, do you wish that there was a book that could answer all the random questions you seem to develop as a homeschooler and other homeschool books never seem to cover? Like how do you homeschool and maintain your home at the same time? Or, how do you homeschool when life seems filled with challenges…twins…a move…pregnancy…deployment…you name it?
This summer I teamed up with 54 other homeschool moms to write the book, The Big Book of Homeschool Ideas. In it, we share teaching tips for all students preschool through high school as well as ideas for managing your life as a homeschool mom. There are learning resources for special needs, gifted, and enrichment development as well as guides for major subject areas like geography, literature, and home economics.
What’s even more exciting is that the format of The Big Book of Homeschool Ideas is indented for quick consumption. There are over 100 tips presented in this eBook and nearly all of them are written in a concise format so that you only need to have about 5 minutes to read the chapter before implementing the ideas presented.
Want to know what fine motor skills your 3 year old should be working on? Turn to page 33 and the list is bullet-pointed for easy reference. Want to know the difference between CLEP, AP, and DSST exams and why your student should or shouldn’t take them? Flip to page 87 for a quick lowdown. Want to know where you can download free eBooks for school besides Amazon? Amy Maze has a linked list ready for you on page 168. And, if you want to know more about creating a memory work routine with your kids or better organize your morning board routine see my chapters on pages 314 and 414 for lists of ideas and links to free printables.
This isn’t one of those homeschool books you read, gather your thoughts and put aside. It is one of those living books, you come back to time and again as you face a different stage in your homeschool life. The hundreds of links to free resources and printables alone is worth the cost of the eBook. Pair it with the fact that if you have any further questions about any ideas presented, all you have to do is contact the author with a link provided in the book!
The Big Book of Homeschool Ideas is a digital product in pdf, mobi and epub formats. You get all three formats with one purchase. You can read it on your computer, iPad, tablet, laptop, smart phone, or any device that can read those formats (pdf, mobi and epub). Click below to learn more, check out the complete table of contents, or buy the book. Happy homeschooling!
P.S. If you do choose to purchase The Big Book of Homeschool Ideas through Cornerstone Confessions, let me just say thank you for supporting my family in this way! It is indeed a blessing!