Homeschooling Out of the Box - Creative Ways to Use Real Life Experiences to Further Your Child's Education

The first materials available for home use in the early days of homeschooling were pretty much standard classroom curricula.  But even so, homeschooling parents often had limited access to them.

Today, however, there are a plethora of tools that moms and dads can use at home – available in a myriad of formats.

But why do we still rely on traditional methods?

The old saying “Education is not the filling of a bucket, but the lighting of a spark,” has never been more relevant than today. Twenty-first-century students need 21st-century tools to learn.  And that means parents need to provide an education that is relevant and applicable to their children’s lives.

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Homeschooling Out of The Box explains exactly:

  • what that means,
  • how to establish a firm foundation for that education, and
  • how to find learning in “real life experiences”, even through high-school.

Don’t be afraid to step away from pre-packaged curricula any longer!

Fifteen learning activities explained in detail to get you thinking creatively on your own.

Links to additional resources are provided.

“Dig in” with further reading and reference materials.

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Homeschooling Out of The Box - A Bite-Sized Guide by Molly Green. Written by Pat Fenner.
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