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Do You Need Awesome Homeschooling Advice from Moms Who Know?

Let's face it, friends. Homeschooling can be a big, scary thing sometimes. I mean, if your kids go to a traditional school and they graduate hardly knowing anything and not being prepared for college or work, you can always blame the school, right? But when we homeschool our kids, who do have to point fingers at? Um...no one.

And so we look to other homeschooling mamas who have been there, who are a little further down the road in their homeschooling journey, to help us know if we're doing it right. If you've ever done that, ever scoured the internet for information on a homeschooling topic, you need The Big Book of Homeschool Ideas Volume 2.

Review of The Big Book of Homeschool Ideas Volume 2
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This book is a follow up to The Big Book of Homeschool Ideas , but even if you haven't had the opportunity to read that one, you'll find so much great information in this second volume. I  hadn't seen the first one until I had the opportunity to review Volume 2.

What is The Big Book of Homeschool Ideas Volume 2?

The short answer is that it's a big book of information about a variety of homeschooling topics, all written by homeschooling moms who have been there. Thirty-eight homeschool moms have come together to write chapters on fifty-seven homeschooling topics. 

Homeschool advice from veteran homeschooling moms

What can you find in the book?

The book is divided into several topics.
  • Ages and Stages: Teen and Beyond
  • General Homeschool Helps
  • Learning Resources: Language Arts and Literature
  • Learning Resources: STEM
  • Learning Resources: Training Hearts
  • Learning Resources: Unique Needs
  • Managing Your Life: Unique Homeschool Situations
In each topic, experienced homeschool moms have contributed articles. You can learn about topics like high school electives, dual enrollment, learning with games, learning styles, different homeschooling methods, raising a child who loves to read, nature study for homeschoolers, teaching life skills, homeschooling gifted kids, homeschooling with a chronic illness, co-parent homeschooling, and homeschooling while you're working.

The articles are written in a simple, down-to-earth manner, in the voice of each homeschooling mom. You can easily read the book straight through to glean all of their collective wisdom or you can read about topics that are the most applicable to you right now. You'll be able to think of this book as a resource that you can come to again and again in your homeschooling journey.

Review of The Big Book of Homeschool Ideas Volume 2

Where can you find it?

You can find The Big Book of Homeschool Ideas Volume 2 on the iHomeschool Network here. You can also find the book on Amazon here. The book is available as an ebook or paperback. If you purchase from Amazon, you'll receive a Kindle version. If you purchase from iHomeschool Network, you'll receive a zip file with a PDF version or Kindle version. You can also find a paperback version on Amazon here.



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