There are modern-day parents who would rather drift away from the traditional schooling set up. Hence, these parents opt to send their child to homeschooling. This major decision requires a lot of preparation and discipline on the part of the parent and the child as well. Worry no more because we’ve rounded up a handful of preferences for homeschooling starters!
1.Why You Should Homeschool
If you’re one of those parents who are still having second thoughts about homeschooling with their kids, this book is written especially for you. Authors Edric and Joy Mendoza will provide you with checks and balances as well as sound reasons as to why homeschooling might be the best choice for your kid.
2. Child’s Play: Montessori Games And Activities For Your Baby And Toddler
Learning has to start blossoming in your home. Start ‘em young with games and activities that will enhance your baby’s brain activities. Montessori games will provide your kid with manipulative and independent play.
3. Home Work 2 Everything Parents Ask About School
It is normal for parents to ask several questions especially when your kiddo had just started schooling. Lucky you, there is a guide book of all the answers to the most common questions being asked by parents like you.
4. Montessori From The Start: The Child At Home, From Birth To Age Three
The Montessori way of learning is not supposed to be isolated in school alone. It must first and foremost be taught inside your own roof. And because toddler years are the primary learning stage of children, several parents highly invest in a step-by-step book that will them train their kids even before they enter the schooling stage.
5. Montessori Learning In The 21st Century
We cannot deny that there has been a huge gap between the traditional learning we once had versus the innovative learning styles that most schools practice today. As parents, it is our responsibility to adapt to the changing times. This book will give you insights and fresh ideas about the new methods of teaching applicable to every learning style of your child.
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