Item description for The Homeschooling Book of Lists (J-B Ed: Book of Lists) by Michael Leppert & Mary Leppert...
Overview A treasury of valuable information, resources, and ideas for parents seeking to educate their children at home furnishes an array of teaching materials, curriculum ideas, teaching methods and models, lesson plans, tests and transcripts, online enrichment tools, sources and suppliers, and a state-by-state listing of legal requirements. Original.
Publishers Description The Homeschooling Book of Lists is a comprehensive, authoritative, and user-friendly resource for homeschoolers or anyone considering teaching their child at home. Written by Michael and Mary Leppert, two experts in the field of homeschooling, this easy-to-use book is filled with information, tips, and resources that will help you give your child an outstanding education. Lists include:
Homeschooling support groups, both religious and non-religious
The top 100 homeschooling websites
Who's who in homeschooling
The top magazines and best books for homeschoolers
Specific resources for each type of homeschooling: non-religious, Christian, Jewish, Catholic, Muslim, and Mormon
Special needs homeschooling resources
Recommended homeschool products and vendors for teaching: reading, language arts, math, science, spelling, geography, foreign language, P.E., and more
Businesses with homeschool-friendly hiring practices
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Reviews - What do customers think about The Homeschooling Book of Lists (J-B Ed: Book of Lists)?
Quickly outdates Jun 9, 2009
The lists are great but I have found about half of the websites I was looking for in Unit Studies were no longer available. It's just the nature of this kind of book that will happen but then there should be a way to get updates, like on the website or e-mailed or else print an updated version every year or so.
Good guideline, especially for beginners Aug 20, 2008
I got this book by accident because I was looking for the Homeschoolers Book of Lists, but this is still a good find. The other book is filled with topical information and lists to be used in the actual classroom, like lists of terms or historical dates. This book in contrast is a guide for resources to be used by the teacher, like lists of websites on Charlotte Mason, or lists of curriculim publishers, teaching styles, etc. I learned a lot right away. Great information to have on hand. Will add nicely to my reference library. I didn't give it 5 stars because in some areas I felt it was a little too brief, but they do at least direct you to several resources to get more info.