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Thursday, July 31, 2014

The Big Book of Homeschool Ideas: 54 Mommas (and Me) Share Their Homeschooling Expertise

Alright, y'all, I'm not gonna lie. I've read a lot of homeschooling books.  A.LOT.  And while they were all very well-written and while I gleaned much from most of them, they each were penned by ONE author with ONE perspective and ONE homeschooling approach making it difficult to see the large spectrum of homeschooling possibilities.


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When I was first starting out, I read a few Homeschooling 101 books.  Later, I desperately needed the Help!-I'm-homeschooling-and-I-just-had-a-baby type.  Then, I started adding those harder-to-find niche' type books that dealt with homeschooling boys or homeschooling on a tight budget.  In this current season of homeschooling, I appreciate those books that offer practical tips for teaching specific subjects...the ones I'm not always the most comfortable tackling {ahem!}.

While I could continue to add book after book to my collection...seeking to fill all the gaps and cover all the bases, I'd much prefer to have ONE go-to resource that spans a multitude of ages and stages of homeschooling.  One that will grow with the needs of my homeschool.

I'm so proud to be able to say that I've not only found a book that meets that lofty goal, but I helped write it!

The Big Book of Homeschooling Ideas


Written by 55 experienced homeschooling moms from around the globe, The Big Book of Homeschool Ideas is a jam-packed, all-in-one resource that covers just about every possible unique homeschooling situation imaginable.  

Need a resource you can rely on when you have a question like the following:
  • How do I keep my babies and toddlers occupied while I'm teaching my older children?
  • How can I encourage my child to be a more independent learner?
  • What do I do with my struggling learner?
  • Can I homeschool my special needs child?
  • What about my budget? How can I possibly homeschool when curriculum is so expensive?
  • Can I homeschool when I'm a work-at-home mom? or a single mom?
  • Will I really be able to homeschool my mega-sized family?
You'll find helpful answers to these and many more questions in this 560 page eBook.  

In addition, you'll glean useful teaching ideas that will guide you towards schooling outside-of-the-box. Did you know that it's possible to teach an engaging lesson while using...
  • postage stamps
  • LEGO bricks
  • American Girl dolls
  • and even video games?
It sure is!  But the ideas don't stop there.  
There are 103 different topics covered within the pages of this homeschooling-momma-must-have. Check out the table of contents to see why The Big Book of Homeschool Ideas is a resource that will follow you throughout the entire length of your homeschooling journey.

I'm excited to join together with so many expert, homeschooling mommas in order to support you in your call to "train up a child."  We have linked arms and are ready to share our stories and experiences.

To purchase your very own copy

The Big Book of Homeschool Ideas is a digital product available for download on Amazon. The digital download allows you to read on the following devices:
  • computer
  • iPad
  • tablet
  • smartphone
  • laptop
  • any other device that allows you to access digital products



Need more ideas for your homeschool? 

The Big Book of Homeschool Ideas was so wildly popular, that we've put together a second volume. The Big Book of Homeschool Ideas, Vol. 2 is now available and contains tips and tricks from 38 veteran homeschool moms who share thoughts about 57 different topics. 

You'll get answers to the following questions and more:
  • How do I get Dad or grandparents involved?
  • What should I do if I have anti-homeschool family members?
  • How do I create socialization opportunities for my homeschooled teen?
  • How do I assign high school credit for courses and electives?
  • What can I do to make back to school time special for my kids?
  • As a city-dweller, how can I incorporate nature studies into my homeschool?
  • How can I raise tomorrow’s thought leaders and entrepreneurs?
  • What if my child is a chronic worrier?

Don't sit is homeschool lethargy any longer. Learn how you can create the very best version of homeschool for your kids! Download your very own copy of The Big Book of Homeschool Ideas or The Big Book of Homeschool Ideas, Vol. 2

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  2. After reading through the table of contents, I bought this book this morning and I am enjoying it! I am currently reading the "creative writing" topic and I think I need to get a pen and paper out and take some notes. Great ideas!

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    1. Yeah! I'm so glad. Thanks for the review. Other mommas will find this helpful.

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  3. Will this book ever be available in a hardback/paperback option? Thank you!

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    1. At this point, there are no plans for that. But, I will pass this suggestion on to the editor.

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