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by Kristin Madden

eBook Pagan Homeschooling download ISBN: 1892718421
Author: Kristin Madden
Publisher: Spilled Candy Publications (October 31, 2002)
Language: English
Pages: 300
ePub: 1293 kb
Fb2: 1398 kb
Rating: 4.8
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Category: Religious
Subcategory: New Age and Spirituality

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Why are so many families educating their children at home? Is this path right for you and your family? How do you get started? How can you better teach your children about your spirituality? Can spirituality and academics ever meet?

The answers to these questions and many more can be found in the pages of this groundbreaking book. The home education movement is growing at an astounding pace. Pagans and other metaphysical parents are enthusiastically exploring this option to typical compulsory school education.

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Comments: (7)
Ximathewi
I bought this book because we homeschool, and we're pagans. I didn't really get much out of it. As a first-of-its kind, I wanted this book to be great, but I have been disappointed. I paid seventeen dollars for a bibliography - because that is really all the use I've gotten from this.

If you are still "on the fence" about homeschooling your child, if you are looking for reasons why homeschooling would be okay, then the majority of this book might be helpful for you. We already knew we wanted to homeschool, and why, so a lot of it wasn't very relevant. If you have no idea how to start homeschooling - what to do, what supplies you need - then, again, you might get more use from this book. But you can also find a lot of other books at your library or on Amazon that go over the exact same material, with more in-depth help. If you don't know much about internet safety, this might help. But if you already know how to use the internet and teach your children about it, you'll have more information you don't need.

I found the chapter on "networking" very unusual, and not at all helpful. It felt like I was reading some odd business self-help book about how to make friends and influence people. I don't think I've ever, in my life, filled out a worksheet in response to a conversation I've had with someone. A networking journal? Strange.

So - finally, we get past the introductory information into the "Pagan" themed stuff. Sort-of. I shudder to think that an average pagan parent hasn't considered the basic concept of looking at the moon phases to teach their child about astronomy and religion. Or you can build a model of the solar system, gaze at clouds, cook with herbs. Really? This is the amazing revelation of pagan homeschooling? I incorporate this stuff in our lives every day. I didn't need to read a book for the same ideas every pagan should already have. The elemental chapters are equally disappointing - you can go fly a kite, candle gaze, and other Wicca 101 ideas. The festivals chapter contains a whopping average of one idea per festival - things like dyeing eggs and making paper.

Overall, I'd say there are less than a handful of original, unique ideas and rituals in this book. The content is too common-sense, very basic, not at all revelatory. I am going to keep holding out that a more in-depth book will be written by someone, somewhere, that has great ideas for schooling and Paganism, and really discusses the issues related to being a pagan family that chooses to homeschool.
Thetath
I'm on chapter three. The book is unnecessarily wordy in parts. There are also many typos. That being said, there is much useful information in it. Other reviewers critiqued it as being too elementary and providing information they've already known for years. For me, my pagan journey truly commenced with the birth of my child. I'm still learning about chakras, astrology, etc... these are all still new to me. My son and I will be learning these things together. This book is perfect for us and for others that are new to paganism and would be at a loss for how to pass the information on to their children. So far, I'm appreciating the simple activities and explicit instruction. Overall, I'm glad I purchased this book.
Shezokha
Package came fast. Very informative! We don't have kids yet but I thought to learn now.
Whatever
I absolutely love this book and I'm kicking myself for waiting this long to get it! LOL It is chock full of resources that will take my weeks, if not months to look at. While a few of them I have seen before, by and far the majority I'd never even heard of and I can't wait to check them out. I also like the excercises and rituals she sprinkles throughout the book. An awesome must have book for any Pagan family, especially if you wish to incorporate your spirituality into your curriculum. Ionly wish there were illustrations, LOL One other book I reccomend is A Witch's Primer
Granigrinn
Different. Most of the information I had already compiled for my self. But I do find that is is highly informative and a great read for beginning pagan homeschoolers. A seasoned person may not get as much from it but it is still a great read, and wonderful addition to any library
Feri
I really liked this one. A nice easy book on introing Paganism into your homeschooling life. Good ideas. I really like the chapter on Teaching the elements and also the chapter on teaching with festivals.

Heather mama of 5
Maridor
Helps you make the decision on homeschooling. Lots of insight on how to teach different subjects. Includes lots of website and book lists.
When I began to consider homeschooling as an option for my children, I was daunted by the scarsity of secular, non-Christian books out there, let alone material that catered to those who followed other paths. Nevertheless, I slogged through the most promising of books I could find (and quite a few not nearly so worthwhile.) So when I saw a book written for pagan homeschooling by an Actual Pagan Homeschooling Mom, I could not have been more ecstatic.

Having read "Pagan Homeschooling," I must say my initial joy has not flagged even slightly. This book comfortably covers a tremendous range of topics from a pagan perspective such as the initial decision to homeschool, arranging the best curriculum for your child, how to integrate spirituality into lessons, how to make homeschool a better place to social your children, and tips for teaching through the elements and festivals.

I was particularly pleased at the lack of self-rightous, proselytizing attitude that Kristin Madden took. She emphasizes that faith is a matter of choice and good parents give their child that choice, a striking dissention from so many homeschool books out there. Her suggested lessons and activities emphasized pagan values including exploring beyond the circle.