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by Laurajean Downs

eBook You're Going To Do What?! download ISBN: 1931343179
Author: Laurajean Downs
Publisher: Hibbard Pubns Inc (August 1997)
Language: English
Pages: 176
ePub: 1447 kb
Fb2: 1509 kb
Rating: 4.8
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Category: Educ
Subcategory: Schools and Teaching

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You've looked at it from every angle. You've read dozens of books, gone to a homeschool fair or two, and grilled your homeschooling friends.

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You're Going to Do Wh. . Nevertheless, deep in your heart, you know it's the right d You've finally pulled the trigger and made the tough decision to homeschool Johnny and Susie.

Helping You Understand the Homeschool Decision. You've finally pulled the trigger and made the tough decision to homeschool Johnny and Susie. Helping You Understand the Homeschool Decision.

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What-what is it?" gasped Daisy, wondering if he could possibly haveheard . I am going tosend you off to boarding-school. I had rather stayhere with yo. John Brooks laid down the pipe he was just lighting in genuinesurprise.

What-what is it?" gasped Daisy, wondering if he could possibly haveheard of her romantic marriage with Rex, turning white to the verylips, her blue eyes darkening with suspense. Come, come, now," laughed, John, good-humoredly, "don't get excited,pet, it will take me just as long to tell it anyhow; it is somethingthat will please you immensely. That's what you have always wanted;now I am going to humor your whim. Why, it's only last week you were crying those pretty eyes of yoursout, teasing to be sent to school.

If you’re not learning through experiences, then you’re repeating the past and not . Constantly growing and expanding.

If you’re not learning through experiences, then you’re repeating the past and not transforming. Your life can and should transform. You seek experiences and then you integrate your learning to change your life and self. If you’re going to do something, you might as well push it to the absolute limits. None of us are given the same set of circumstances in this life. None of us will ever fully realize our potential. With tears running down his cheeks, he told us in the audience, Never put your work before your kids. There is so much pain and confusion and trauma in the world right now. Our kids need us more than ever.

You've finally pulled the trigger and made the tough decision to homeschool Johnny and Susie. You've looked at it from every angle. You've read dozens of books, gone to a homeschool fair or two, and grilled your homeschooling friends. You've asked yourself if you're crazy. You've no idea where you'll get the time. Nevertheless, deep in your heart, you know it's the right decision.

But that doesn't mean your mother or your best friend will see it that way. They'll be having all the same doubts and questions you had. The difference is they probably aren't going to be able to do all the work you did to find the answers. Here at last is a book that will help them understand why you've decided to homeschool (not to mention confirming to yourself the rightness of your decision). In a delightfully engaging way, it looks at such issues as these: Can your child get a proper education in the public schools? Are public schools safe? How did kids learn 150 years ago, before there were any public schools? It also discusses the rich resources available to homeschoolers; different approaches to learning at home; the law and homeschooling; the Biblical mandate that holds parents responsible for the education of their children; homeschooled kids and socialization; and much more. Perhaps not everyone who reads this book will be convinced that homeschooling is the right thing to do. But at least they'll have a better understanding of why so many parents are choosing this option for their children.

Comments: (2)
Lesesshe
Just like that famous childhood story, Laurajean Downs has created a very helpful book that is encouraging, edifying, and a real confidence builder! Reading her book is like sitting down at the kitchen table with an old friend, over a cup of tea, for some sound and wise advice! Home educating is a big decision and one that needs the support of the whole family to be a success. This book is the perfect resource for answering all those questions that might arise, based on your decision, from grandparents and relatives that are from a generation foreign to 'schooling at home.' And the author has covered all the bases for building that new homeschooler up in their decision: the reasons why, socialization, the law, support, teaching style and curriculum, organization at home, and the challenges for the mom/teacher and the family. I truly appreciated the chapter on Homeschooling and the Grandparent Connection/How Can I Help?. What a blessing for a homeschool mom to have supportive parents, who help her reach her goals. These folks will surely reap the rewards of Proverbs 17:6, "children's children are a crown to the aged, and parents are the pride of their children." The whole family can only grow stronger and, of course, more educated by following the godly advice of Mrs. Downs. I highly recommend this book to anyone embarking on the homeschool journey!
Nothing personal
Excellent book! It is very insightful. Gives great stats on homeschool v. other schools. Enjoy!