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The Homeschooling Book of Answers: The 101 Most Important Questions Answered by Homeschooling's Most Respected Voices Up to date answers to all your homeschooling questions More and families today are turning to homeschooling to teach their children But where do they go to find honest, practical answers to questions such as Can I afford it Or, how will my child make friends without going to school Look no further This invaluable guidebook completely updated to include themost important homeschooling concerns answers all those questions and Inside, you ll learn Methods of motivating, teaching, and testing homeschooled children The latest on the growing use of distance learning tools Ways to homeschool your special needs child The differences between homeschooling younger children and teenagers Drawing from the collective wisdom and experience of homeschooling s most respected voices, The Homeschooling Book of Answers is your essential guide to this widely popular and flexible educational approach I can t imagine a helpful book on homeschooling a happy marriage of the realistic with the idealistic, the passionate with the practical George Leonard, author, Education and Ecstasy Of the many books on home education that have come across my desk, this is the most usable for the beginning homeschooler Jerry Mintz, Director, Alternative Education Resource Organization Provides useful information that demystifies and makes accessible the homeschooling experience Marty Layne, author of Learning at Home A Mother s Guide to Homeschooling

10 thoughts on “The Homeschooling Book of Answers: The 101 Most Important Questions Answered by Homeschooling's Most Respected Voices

  1. Ami Ami says:

    I did not find this book to be useful I thought this book would be a large comprehensive look at the nuts and bolts of homeschooling Instead, I found it to be littlethan a diatribe, railing against public schooling, structure, and orderliness Most of these respected names in homeschooling seem quite, ahem, militant and narrow in their scope.Ii appeared that the onl

  2. Shira and Ari Evergreen Shira and Ari Evergreen says:

    I was left feeling kind of weirded out by some of this book s hyperbolic claims and the at times intense anti government vibes which often seemed to be combined with a kind of ignorance of the needs of, say, single poor working parents It feels very Libertarian and Christian and privileged in its overall tone, and not self conscious enough of that fact As I read I f

  3. Elissa Elissa says:

    This book was poorly done, I thought It is so completely biased toward homeschooling and against traditional schooling that it was very off putting to me I guess I should have guessed at the bias, considering in the title homeschooling s most respected voices, but I think the book would have beenhelpful and less offensive if there was a less judgmental attitude to th

  4. Jeanna Jeanna says:

    I think this book may have beenuseful to me if I had beenat the beginning of trying to decide about homeschooling It was also rather outdated hey, that s just what happens to lots of books that refer to internet and its use two years later, it s changed too much to be super relevant And finally, I think I just fall too much in between a lot of the homeschooling philos

  5. Joselle173 Joselle173 says:

    As I read through this it s did a decent job of getting my brain working and thinking about the whole topic of homeschooling, but to get a full picture I ll have to read other books This book is obviously a pro homeschooling only book, and I guess that makes sense since it s written by homeschoolers It would ve been nice to hear from people who have a bad day once in a

  6. Melody Melody says:

    Excellent for preparing and how to learn about your laws.

  7. Rhiannon Rhiannon says:

    I am ALMOST done with this book What I really like about it is that it s written by several different people and so gives a wide range of answers to very common questions regarding homeschooling It does seem to be heavy on the unschooling side of things but that is a very big trend right now I am, as usual, highly skeptical of trends I know that I will utilize a lot of u

  8. Lynn Lynn says:

    This book provided some interesting info regarding homeschooling It is a good reference book It does leantowards the unschooling method over other methods, but they also stress to do what works best for your child and family.

  9. Andrea Andrea says:

    Definite bias in most of the answers, but with that in mind, very interesting views on the positive aspects of homeschooling Insightful ideas for anyone considering homeschooling as a viable option for their family.

  10. Jennifer Jennifer says:

    If you saw what I read previous, then you probably know where this was going This is quite informative about what the whole homeschooling thing is all about I haven t decided if when I can really do this, but it is good information and helps make an informed decision about it.

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