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If you are thinking of homeschooling, or have recently started, then this is the book you should read. After homeschooling her four children for 16 years, Tina Razzell answers all the questions people new to homeschooling ask. “How do I get started?” “What if I fail?” “What about socialization?” With chapters on what to expect during your first year, how to keep records and If you are thinking of homeschooling, or have recently started, then this is the book you should read. After homeschooling her four children for 16 years, Tina Razzell answers all the questions people new to homeschooling ask. “How do I get started?” “What if I fail?” “What about socialization?” With chapters on what to expect during your first year, how to keep records and how to deal with relatives who don’t agree with your homeschooling decision, the book is all you need to know to get you started or inspire you to start the homeschool journey with your own children. There are many people today who live the homeschooling lifestyle and Tina Razzell introduces you to those who teach their own children without them attending public schools, and weaves in some experiences from her own homeschooling life. Extracts from the book “Homeschooling is a journey not a destination, always seek to improve what you are doing and teach with a mind that is open to new possibilities and experiences.” “That is my ideal environment, where children learn love first and book work second.” “Yes, my children moved dishes! No, I didn’t use expensive china, and yes, things got dropped. I reasoned that plates could always be replaced, but learning experiences are invaluable.” Chapter Titles: 1. Homeschool – Who? - Me? 2. Homeschool as an Extension of Parenting 3. Anyone can Homeschool 4. What if I Fail at Educating Them? 5. What about Socialization? 6. Curriculum 7. How Do I Know What to Teach Them? 8. Teaching Your Child to Learn for Himself 9. Working With the Child 10. Planning Your School Year 11. Organizing Your Day 12. Organizing Your Books and Papers 13. Organizing Your Life 14. Not Being Supermom 15. Chores 16. Getting Outside Help 17. Working With the Local School 18. Making the Transition 19. What to Expect During Your First Year 20. Keeping Records and Transcripts 21. Testing 22. What Do I Do With My Preschooler? 23. Learning Styles 24. P.E. 25. A Special Word About Math 26. Support Groups and Co-ops 27. Field Trips 28. The Cost of Homeschooling 29. The Homeschool Year 30. Sickness, Jury Duty and Homeschooling 31. Mixing School With Homeschool in Your Family 32. Wanting to be Normal 33. Special Needs Children 34. What About High School? And College 35. When to Enter the Educational System 36. When Life Gets in the Way 37. Protect Yourself and Your Marriage 38. What is the Definition of Success? 39. When Relatives Don’t Agree With the Homeschooling Decision 40. Homeschool Conventions 41. The Legalities of Homeschooling 42. The Computer and Videos in Education 43. The Journey of Homeschooling 44. Home Businesses and Homeschooling 45. The Future of Homeschooling A. Curriculum Written by Homeschoolers B. Favorite Resources C. DVDs to Use When Sickness Occurs D. My Favorite Living Books


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If you are thinking of homeschooling, or have recently started, then this is the book you should read. After homeschooling her four children for 16 years, Tina Razzell answers all the questions people new to homeschooling ask. “How do I get started?” “What if I fail?” “What about socialization?” With chapters on what to expect during your first year, how to keep records and If you are thinking of homeschooling, or have recently started, then this is the book you should read. After homeschooling her four children for 16 years, Tina Razzell answers all the questions people new to homeschooling ask. “How do I get started?” “What if I fail?” “What about socialization?” With chapters on what to expect during your first year, how to keep records and how to deal with relatives who don’t agree with your homeschooling decision, the book is all you need to know to get you started or inspire you to start the homeschool journey with your own children. There are many people today who live the homeschooling lifestyle and Tina Razzell introduces you to those who teach their own children without them attending public schools, and weaves in some experiences from her own homeschooling life. Extracts from the book “Homeschooling is a journey not a destination, always seek to improve what you are doing and teach with a mind that is open to new possibilities and experiences.” “That is my ideal environment, where children learn love first and book work second.” “Yes, my children moved dishes! No, I didn’t use expensive china, and yes, things got dropped. I reasoned that plates could always be replaced, but learning experiences are invaluable.” Chapter Titles: 1. Homeschool – Who? - Me? 2. Homeschool as an Extension of Parenting 3. Anyone can Homeschool 4. What if I Fail at Educating Them? 5. What about Socialization? 6. Curriculum 7. How Do I Know What to Teach Them? 8. Teaching Your Child to Learn for Himself 9. Working With the Child 10. Planning Your School Year 11. Organizing Your Day 12. Organizing Your Books and Papers 13. Organizing Your Life 14. Not Being Supermom 15. Chores 16. Getting Outside Help 17. Working With the Local School 18. Making the Transition 19. What to Expect During Your First Year 20. Keeping Records and Transcripts 21. Testing 22. What Do I Do With My Preschooler? 23. Learning Styles 24. P.E. 25. A Special Word About Math 26. Support Groups and Co-ops 27. Field Trips 28. The Cost of Homeschooling 29. The Homeschool Year 30. Sickness, Jury Duty and Homeschooling 31. Mixing School With Homeschool in Your Family 32. Wanting to be Normal 33. Special Needs Children 34. What About High School? And College 35. When to Enter the Educational System 36. When Life Gets in the Way 37. Protect Yourself and Your Marriage 38. What is the Definition of Success? 39. When Relatives Don’t Agree With the Homeschooling Decision 40. Homeschool Conventions 41. The Legalities of Homeschooling 42. The Computer and Videos in Education 43. The Journey of Homeschooling 44. Home Businesses and Homeschooling 45. The Future of Homeschooling A. Curriculum Written by Homeschoolers B. Favorite Resources C. DVDs to Use When Sickness Occurs D. My Favorite Living Books

40 review for Start Homeschooling - Great Education with Your Child at Home

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jill Brockman

    This book is very informative. For those considering home schooling...a definate must have. A lot of questions I had were answered and the information was well layed out and easy to find.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Beverly Johnston

    Some very good and informative reading. I loved the way the book was put together, and the topics that were covered. For anyone thinking of home schooling then this book is a must.

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