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Beyond Survival Guide to Abundant-Life Homeschooling
by Diana Waring
"Beyong Survival: A Guide to Abundant-Life Homeschooling" gives you the preparation and working plan for a successful homeschooling experience. With confidence and compassionate humor, Diana Waring leads you on a joy-filled educational journey.
Paperback, 228 pages
Published December 5th 2001 by Apologia Educational Ministries
(first published May 1st 1996)
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I picked up this book to see what others are saying about homeschooling. This was very down-to-earth and offered a lot of great advice and some resources. It is written from a Christian perspective, but I think that many of her ideals are universal. It seems most appropriate for the over-6 crowd.
This was yet another book about homeschooling that I borrowed from the library, and after reading it I'm glad I didn't purchase it. While I found this book to be informative and down-to-earth, it was written from a Christian perspective. As such the author has woven her own beliefs into this book's pages; as a secular homeschooler that was a bit off-putting at times. I found myself skipping sentences, paragraphs, and even an entire chapter because those particular passages didn't apply to me.
I thought this was a great find at my library : ) It is a book filled with every aspect of homeschooling (logistics, curriculum, going with the flow, relationships among children and spouse, etc.). It's a great beginner book to get thinking about what homeschooling looks like as a whole... beyond just the academics of it. She has a lot of great further recommended reading which I'm always a fan of. I would say it's a good summary book and then pick your further reading for more in depth knowledg ...more