Home Schooling: The Right Choice!–Christopher
This all-around book contains practical how-to’s along with a
history of homeschooling, information about parental rights,
Biblical principles, legislative precedents, and more.
Christian Home School–Greg
Presents a biblical basis for education, choosing tools for
teaching, common problems and solutions. Will reassure those
considering home education and will encourage those already
homeschooling but who feel defeated. The updated 1995 edition of
this classic includes information on “delight directed” studies.
You Can Teach Your Child Successfully–Dr.
After reading this book you will be a well-informed teacher, feeling
confident to talk education to anyone. It shows the way back to
common sense in teaching your children.
Better Late Than Early–Dr.
Presents research in easy-to-understand style and suggests method
parents may use for maximum development of their child. Other books
by Dr. Moore include School Can Wait and Home Grown Kids. Together,
they present the “Moore Formula”: (1) Study from a few minutes to
several hours a day, depending on the child’s maturity; (2) Manual
work at least as much as study. (3) Home and/or community service an
hour or so a day. Focus on kids’ interests and needs; be an example
in consistency, curiosity, and patience. Live with them.”
Will Early Education Ruin Your Child?–Richard
A response to the concerns of parents who believe early schooling
may cause educational or emotional damage. He addresses biblical
concepts, philosophies of education and research about early
childhood education. (An opposing viewpoint to Dr. Moore, above;
valid concerns are presented by each.)
For the Children’s Sake–Susan
A must-read for parents who desire to give their children a true
education by awakening their minds and giving them a new richness,
stability and a joy for living.
A Biblical Psychology of Learning–Dr.
Gives biblical insight into how children learn and how we can teach
100 Top Picks for Homeschool Curriculum–Cathy
An excellent detailed description of the most commonly-used
homeschool curriculum with specific recommendations for finding the
books best suited to your child’s learning style.
Pride’s Complete Guide to Getting Started in Homeschooling–Mary Pride. Loads of information on getting
started in homeschooling; popular methods such as classical,
Charlotte Mason; helps for gifted and challenged students; and lots
Three R’s Series: Grades K-3–Dr.
These three small books (A Home Start in Reading, A Strong Start in
Language, An Easy Start in Arithmetic) tell you what is “expected”
in each grade and gives you practical hep for teaching the three
R’s. A much-needed contrast to the approach of traditional
For Excellence: A Handbook for Evaluating Student Progress–Teresa Moon. A guide to setting goals and
evaluating progress for homeschoolers.
Survivor’s Guide to Home Schooling–Luanne
Shackelford and Susan White. “... the Erma Bombecks of homeschooling.
Outrageously funny, full of true-to-life homeschool advice!” –Gregg
How and Why of Home Schooling–Ray
“An encouragement to many parents who may have hesitated to
seriously consider teaching their children at home... Ballman gives
a strong defense for both the ability and responsibility of parents
to provide effective one-on-one instruction.”–John W. Whitehead
We Wish We’d Known–Bill
and Diana Waring.
A compilation of stories from 50 veteran Christian homeschoolers.
Concepts, priorities, basics and more for new or experienced home