I haven’t been to a conference in years for homeschooling. Everyday is becoming like the the previous, which is okay mostly, but I could use some inspiration. Does anyone have a favorite homeschooling book that gives them encouragement? I haven’t bought a book in years…well a homeschooling book that is for me.MamaSnowParticipant
CM’s actual writings are wonderful and very inspirational…they take some effort to read, but are well, well worth it.
Off the top of my head:
For the Children’s Sake, by Susan Schaeffer MacCauley
Charlotte Mason Companion by Karen Andreola
Educating the Whole-hearted Child by Susan ClarksonmissceegeeParticipant
I also like the magazine Home Educating Family.TristanParticipant
I love reading Karen Andreola’s Pocketful of Pinecones and Lessons from Blackberry Inn.2flowerboysParticipant
Along with previous ones mentioned, I like the magazine Home School Enrichment.ChristyHParticipant
I hadn’t even thought of a magazine. A magazine would be a nice change.
Is the mag. The Old Schoolhouse still in print or just digital?TristanParticipant
just digital, but it’s FREE.Tecrz1Participant
I absolutely love Sally Clarkson’s Educating the Wholehearted Child mentioned above. I could read it over and over. It just makes me feel so inspired and happy 🙂 it has a lot of great ideas too. In fact, just seeing it sitting there brings back the warm fuzzies lol!
I like the Karen Andreola books for light, inspirational reading. I like CM original writings for a more intense, “Of course! Yes! Profound!” type reading.
I like Homeschool Enrichment, too. Actually, I’ll have two articles published in it in the coming months.
Wow, Tia! That’s great! I’ll keep an eye out for them.
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