Your Guide to Teaching 1st Grade

I’m very happy to announce that I’ve finally finished a project I’ve been working on for a long time. It’s a new e-book, The Everyday Homeschooler’s Guide to Teaching First Grade.

I recommend this book for anyone contemplating or currently homeschooling a child between the ages of 4-8. (“First grade” is only a guideline!) This book answers many of the questions new homeschooling parents have about homeschooling a young child:

What are they supposed to learn?

What resources should I use?

How do other homeschoolers do it?  

You will also receive tips on scheduling and lesson planning.

There is a recommended book list and secular curriculum guide in the back of the book, including resources for comprehensive programs as well as each separate subject area.

Most importantly, I will help you start thinking like a homeschooler. I’ll help you find your own path to becoming a family of life-long learners.

I give tips on how to create priorities for your children. I explain how to set up an ideal learning environment that will help foster creativity.

You’ll be surprised at how these simple techniques can help mom and dad too!

To view the Table of Contents and Introduction to the book, click here.

The Everyday Homeschooler’s Guide to Teaching First Grade is available for purchase now in the home/school/life store. (Click here to go there.) I hope you’ll consider buying it, reading it, and then tell me what you think about it. I think you’ll find this e-book encouraging and helpful, and I hope to make my future books — and future editions — even better.

Thank you so much!

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