Homeschooling For Dummies

Höfundur: Jennifer Kaufeld
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Homeschooling For Dummies

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  • Cover
  • Introduction
    • About This Book
    • Foolish Assumptions
    • Icons Used in This Book
    • Beyond the Book
    • Where to Go from Here
  • Part 1: Heading to Homeschooling
    • Chapter 1: Answering the Big Questions
      • Getting to This Point
      • Knowing Not to Know It All
      • Affording It
      • Hanging in There
      • Breaking the News to Mom
      • Addressing Socialization, the Hot Homeschooling Buzzword
      • Presenting the Issue of the Year
    • Chapter 2: Taking the Leap
      • Realizing That Anger Is Not Enough
      • Determining What’s Best for Your Family
      • Creating Solutions for Special Situations
      • Beginning the Journey
    • Chapter 3: Complying with Uncle Sam
      • Conducting Yourself (Yes, Ma’am) in Accordance with State Law
      • Locating Your State’s Law
      • Counting Out the School Days
      • Calling a Truce: Interacting with Your Local School
    • Chapter 4: Pulling Them Out and Starting from Scratch
      • Making Those First Days Count
      • Rebuilding Your Family Unit
      • Starting from the Very Beginning
      • Drawing on Your Strengths and Filling in the Gaps
  • Part 2: Tackling Kids of Any Age
    • Chapter 5: Teaching Your Toddler While You Change Your Baby
      • Juggling Primers, Preschoolers, and Diapers
      • Surviving Life with a Toddler
      • Covering the Preschool Basics
    • Chapter 6: Covering the Elementary Years
      • Setting Out with Elementary Students
      • Learning through Language Arts: Reading and Grammar
      • Eating Your Way through Math
      • Going beyond “Our Community Helpers”
      • Firing Up the Bunson Burner
      • Timing Is Everything
    • Chapter 7: Handling Junior High
      • Beginning in the Middle
      • Keeping Track of It All
      • Putting Grades to the Test
    • Chapter 8: Help! I Have a High Schooler
      • Starting at the Eleventh Hour (or Eleventh Grade)
      • Switching before the Last Bell
      • Dancing the High School Subject Tango
      • Planning for the Tidy Transcript
      • Prepping for College
      • ACTing on Your InSATiable Desire for Standardized Tests
    • Chapter 9: Completing Twelfth Grade Doesn’t Mean It’s Over
      • Spreading Their Wings and Earning Their Keep
      • Strapping on the Tool Belt
      • Continuing Homeschool through College
  • Part 3: Choosing Your Cornerstone: Basic Curriculum Options
    • Chapter 10: Orbiting as a Satellite School under the Umbrella
      • Riding the Satellite
      • Opting for a Complete Curriculum across the Distance
      • Pinpointing a Program
      • Matching Your Needs with Their Offerings
    • Chapter 11: Does Classical Education Mean Teaching Vivaldi?
      • Classifying It Classical
      • Assembling Your Classical Curriculum Components
      • Gathering More Information
    • Chapter 12: Reading Real Living Books with Charlotte
      • Calling Charlotte Mason
      • Putting Together Your Package
    • Chapter 13: Mining the Montessori Method
      • Exploring at Their Own Pace
      • Setting Up Your Space
      • Walking through the Day
    • Chapter 14: Wandering through Nature with Waldorf
      • Working Together with Head, Hands, and Heart
      • Locating a Waldorf-Style Curriculum
    • Chapter 15: Teaching Them What They Want to Learn
      • Unveiling the Integrated Unit Study
      • Changing Pace with Unit Studies
      • Focusing on Project-Based Learning
      • Designing Unit Studies
    • Chapter 16: Unschooling: A Walk on the Relaxed Side
      • Raising Eyebrows and Suspicions
      • Fitting the Bill
      • Learning through the Course of a Day
      • Filling Your Home with Unschooling Tools
      • Recording Their Progress
    • Chapter 17: Hitting the Road with Worldschooling
      • Roadschooling versus Worldschooling
      • Choosing Your Academic Approach
    • Chapter 18: Charting Your Own Academic Course Eclectically
      • Knowing Whether Your Kid’s Kinesthetic
      • Pulling from Different Publishers
      • Writing a Curriculum from Scratch: The Diehard Approach
    • Chapter 19: Special Concerns for Special Students
      • Considering Yourself Capable
      • Guiding the Gifted
      • Teaching the Medically Fragile
      • Getting the Goods You Need
  • Part 4: Nailing Down the Details
    • Chapter 20: Defining Your School Space
      • Making Room for Chalk
      • Deciding between the Den, the Dining Room, or the Whole Darn Place
    • Chapter 21: Cutting the Costs and Searching for Stuff
      • Slashing Curriculum Prices
      • Sourcing Your Curriculum
      • Attending a Homeschool Conference
      • Hearing It from the Horse’s Mouth
      • Tapping the Fountain of Fellow Homeschoolers
      • Asking for the Discount
      • Breaking Out the Library Card
      • Understanding Copyright: What Is Fair Educational Use?
    • Chapter 22: Teaching Your Traditions
      • Christian Curriculum
      • Jewish Resources
      • Islamic Resources
      • Pagan Resources
      • African American Resources
      • Native American Resources
    • Chapter 23: Turning Chaos into Organization
      • Tracking Your Week with a Planner
      • Seeking the Paperless Society
      • Thirty Days Hath September …
      • Scheduling for Sanity
      • Keeping Your School Spotless
      • Feeling the Burnout
    • Chapter 24: Making the Grade
      • Deciding Whether to Keep Grades
      • Tracking Those Unit Studies
      • Keeping a State-Required Portfolio
      • Testing Standardized’s Validity
    • Chapter 25: Plugging in Your Schoolroom
      • Schooling at Home … But Online
      • Coursing through the Internet
      • ’Net-ting Resources
      • Touring the World without Leaving Your Desk
      • Enhancing Your Subjects with Electronic Errata
    • Chapter 26: Connecting with Like-Minded Souls
      • Finding Homeschoolers Online Who Share Your Passions
      • Networking Isn’t Just for Computer Geeks
      • Associating and Consorting
      • Praying for Guidance
      • Getting Together for Socialization
      • TEAM: Together, Everyone Achieves More
  • Part 5: Making Your Year Sing with Extras
    • Chapter 27: Adding Spice with Special Classes
      • Making Time for the Extras
      • Bringing Out Their Inner Artists
      • Go Ahead — Be Dramatic
      • Taking Some Laps
      • Cooking Up a Storm
      • Bantering about Birds and Bees
      • Parlez-vous Greek?
      • Cleaning the House and Calling It Schoolwork
    • Chapter 28: Making It Adventurous with Activities and Groups
      • Dirtying Your Hands with a Project
      • Pretending It’s Le Louvre
      • Getting Past Bugs Bunny
      • Volunteering Builds Compassion
      • Packing Up the Minivan
      • Seeing the Sights or Staying at Home
      • Finding an Organization That Helps You Grow
      • Thinking about Playing or Playing to Think?
      • Ante Up
      • Thrilling the Engineer’s Heart
  • Part 6: The Part of Tens
    • Chapter 29: Ten Educational Games That Enhance Your School Day
      • Anti-Monopoly
      • Evolution
      • Forbidden Island/Desert
      • The Garden Game
      • How Do You See the World?
      • Into the Forest
      • Krypto
      • Periodic
      • Spell Smashers
      • Wingspan
    • Chapter 30: Ten Common Homeschool Fears
      • My child will never make friends if I homeschool.
      • I don’t know enough to teach my child.
      • My child will miss out on socialization.
      • I will buy the wrong curriculum.
      • My child will learn less at home than he does at school.
      • I’ll never have free time again.
      • My child may not be learning at the right pace.
      • I won’t be able to do it all.
      • After I start, I have to do this forever.
      • I’m not keeping the right (or enough) records on my child’s progress.
  • Part 7: Appendixes
    • Appendix A: Homeschooling Curriculum and Resources
    • Appendix B: State-by-State Homeschool Associations
    • Appendix C: Speaking the Language: Educational and Homeschooling Terms
  • Index
  • About the Author
  • Connect with Dummies
  • End User License Agreement


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