The Everyday Homeschooler’s Guide to Teaching the Early Years answers many questions that new homeschoolers have, such as What are my kids supposed to learn? (And does that matter for homeschoolers?) What resources should I use? How do I meet other homeschoolers?
It will also show you how to create an environment that will honor your child’s natural desire to learn, how to foster creativity, give you tips on setting priorities, and start you on the path to becoming a family of life-long learners. Click here to view the Table of Contents and Introduction.
In Money Matters for Homeschoolers: Financial Advice for Parents Who Take Charge of Their Children’s Education, you will find tips for keeping homeschooling costs low, places to earn a little extra money, a summary of advice all financial experts teach, and more. You’ll also meet three families who homeschooled through a financial crisis, and they will tell you what they learned. Click here to view the Table of Contents and Introduction.
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My first e-book: Then There Were Two: Essays on Motherhood is a short book of essays with accompanying photography. It is about a mother learning how to adapt to life with two children, but in it you’ll also find musings on nature, family issues, daily life and more. Click here to learn more about it. Click here to read the first chapter.
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One reader says: “This book has so much to offer ALL mothers. Whether you’re a stay-at-home mom, or if you work a job outside the home, whether you have one child, two or more, or are expecting a first, no matter how you got your children (biological or adopted), or your style of parenting…this books speaks to the heart of all of us. What do we all want for our children? To nurture them, teach them, and to truly enjoy them. Pabis doesn’t offer advice, instead she shares her experiences, her expectations, and her surprises along her motherhood journey, as though over coffee. But, she does more than this–she inspires us to truly savor the moments with our little ones….”