Teaching Your Own Children
Are you qualified to teach your own children? The answer is yes! It is challenging, but rewarding, to educate your children in your home. Find out what these challenges are and how to address them.
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How Do I know If I'm Qualified to Homeschool?

Parents considering homeschooling are understandably concerned about whether they are qualified enough. Do parents need to be trained and certified like public school teachers? How in the world can you be qualified to teach them? The most important thing to realize is that as a homeschooling parent, you're job is not necessarily to teach your children. Instead, you are there to help them learn. 

Taking Charge of Your Child's Education: A Guide to Becoming the Primary Influence in Your Child's Life

Every parent wants to give their child the best start in life. The best way to do that is to get fully involved in their educational process as their primary influence. This book is full of helpful information, resources, and tools that will lead you to home education success. Erica Arndt recognizes that the most important factor is the family unit relationships. This book will help you as you make your decision to homeschool. 

Teaching Your Own Children: Are You Qualified?
You Are Qualified to Teach Your Children
Don't doubt! Moms and dads, you are qualified to teach your children. God gives you everything you need to teach them.
Taking Charge of Your Child's Education: A Guide to Becoming the Primary Influence in Your Child's Life

Every parent wants to give their child the best start in life. The best way to do that is to get fully involved in their educational process as their primary influence. This book is full of helpful information, resources, and tools that will lead you to home education success. Erica Arndt recognizes that the most important factor is the family unit relationships. This book will help you as you make your decision to homeschool. 

So You Think You're Not Smart Enough to Homeschool?
How intelligent does a person have to be to homeschool successfully? You do not have to know all the answers in order to be a good teacher, you just have to know where or how to find the answers. You do not have to be able to do something yourself in order to be able to teach about it. A successful homeschool teacher is one who is able to impart the material to his or her students. 
The First Year of Homeschooling Your Child: Your Complete Guide to Getting Off to the Right Start

An increasing number of parents are turning to homeschooling. This guide helps those parents to determine what are the best first steps to take, how to define your educational philosophy, and the best approach for your children. Included is a discussion of how to choose curriculum, assess progress, and stay within the legalities of your state. 

Am I Qualified to Teach My Child?
We’ve been brainwashed by the system to think that education can only happen when an “expert” or someone really good at a subject, transfers that expertise to another person. Actually, this is a very inferior way to learn. We need to trust the human capacity for learning things and figuring things out on our own, when we need to. 
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A History of Science
A History of Science is not a textbook, but is a guide to help parents and children study science through literature. It is intended for children in elementary grades.
Learning Styles: Reaching Everyone God Gave You to Teach
This book offers helpful and practical strategies about the different ways that kids acquire information and learn, and then use that knowledge. Kids' behavior is often tied to a particular learning style and understanding that fact will help parents respond to their child in ways that decrease frustration and increase success, especially in a homeschooling environment. 
Field Trips: Bug Hunting, Animal Tracking, Bird-watching, Shore Walking
With Jim Arnosky as your guide, an ordinary hike becomes an eye-opening experience. He'll help you spot a hawk soaring far overhead and note the details of a dragonfly up close. Study the black-and-white drawings -- based on his own field research -- and you'll discover if those tracks in the brush were made by a deer or a fox.In his celebrated style, this author, artist, and naturalist enthusiastically shares a wealth of tips. Jim Arnosky wants you to enjoy watching wildlife. He carefully expla...
Smart Mouth
Ages: 8 years and up; For 2 or more playersSmart Mouth is a quick-thinking shout-it-out hilarious word game that helps build vocabulary skills. It includes variations of the rules for category play and for younger players. Players slide the Letter Getter forward and back to get two letters. The first player to shout out a word of five or more letters using those letters wins the round. The game includes tips for teachers. This is a fun game to play with children and adults together.
KONOS
KONOS offers unit studies for homeschoolers, with a focus on character building and the study of history.