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Homeschooling Handbook; From Preschool to High School
     

Homeschooling Handbook; From Preschool to High School

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by Mary Griffith
 
As many as two million parents now educate their children at home, and many more are considering the idea. This non-ideological book examines the pros and cons, discusses how to handle regulations, and shows how to design and implement a productive learning atmosphere at home for students of all ages.

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As many as two million parents now educate their children at home, and many more are considering the idea. This non-ideological book examines the pros and cons, discusses how to handle regulations, and shows how to design and implement a productive learning atmosphere at home for students of all ages.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780761501923
Publisher:
Crown Publishing Group
Publication date:
01/08/1997
Series:
Prima Home Learning Library
Pages:
320
Product dimensions:
5.52(w) x 8.46(h) x 0.83(d)

Meet the Author

Mary Griffith is the author of The Unchooling Handbook (Prima) and a long-time activist with the Homeschool Association of California. Her two children have always been homeschooled.

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Homeschooling Handbook; From Preschool to High School 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The imagery she gives is exactly what most people think homeschoolers are, loose, sloppy, disorganized and well, people you don't associate with because they're so against everything mainstream. For those of you seeking a book to tell you what to write, subjects to teach, curriculum to look for, and how to deal with Boards of Ed.; keep looking, because I haven't found it, and I'm looking for 3 years. Just be brave, go with your heart, and when you're feeling uncertain, just remember why you made the decision, tie up loose ends and start something fresh for the week... but don't spend your time on this book.