If you want to learn how to homeschool from someone who has real life experience homeschooling, then check out "How To Homeschool" by Jane Rodda.
This is an excellent resource for parents. Whether you are merely considering the option, just starting out, or are an established homeschooler looking for advice and encouragement, this guide will suit your needs.
Jane takes an honest look at the homeschooling issue and gives real life, practical advice on how to homeschool. She doesn't just give directions from the sidelines. She gives examples from her own experience as a homeschooling mother to four children.
This guide examines several different areas of homeschooling, including:
- Making the decision to homeschool
- Choosing Your Curriculum
- Legal Issues
The guide includes step-by-step instructions and pinpointed lists of both what to do and what not to do. Jane Rodda realizes that parents have a lot of issues to consider and experience, and helps to give accurate information without overloading you with details. She also realizes that there are several options available for parents who are looking to homeschool, and she addresses the many different options from an unbiased view point. She does share her own personal story, but does not try to sway your decision.
Making the decision to homeschool can be an exciting, yet somewhat frightening event. There are many questions to consider, and it is a decision that should not be made lightly. How to Homeschool Your Children helps take away the fear of homeschooling. Reading this guide will help you feel more prepared and confident to make the best decision for your family. This guide helps homeschooling become a rewarding and enriching experience for everyone.
About the Expert
Jane Rodda holds a Bachelor's Degree in Liberal Studies with a concentration in Psychology from Point Loma Nazarene University in San Diego, California. She currently lives in Nashville, Tennessee, but has previously lived and worked in several places in the United States.
Jane has over twenty years experience working in Christian Day Camps. Her first job was as an assistant craft counselor, and through the years she worked her way up to eventually directing the camps, and then eventually pioneering a brand new day camp program which served a community desperately in need of programs for children.
She wrote How To Start a Christian Day Camp because she passionately believes that Day Camps provide an excellent opportunity for churches to be able to reach several members of the community. Jane has seen camps meet the needs of parents, by providing something for their children; kids, by providing fun and exciting programs, and youth, by providing an opportunity to serve.
Jane has learned a lot through all of her experiences, and she seeks to help others learn as well. Her hope is that churches or individuals will be encouraged and inspired to start Christian Day Camps and see the fun and exciting changes they can bring to a community.
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