Monday, August 19, 2019
Homeschool Bravely Review
Quiet the voices of "not good enough" and step courageously into guilt-free homeschooling
Many homeschool parents have a long-term relationship with self-doubt. "Did I make the right decision?" "Could someone else do this better?" "Am I robbing my kids of something by not sending them to ‘regular school’?"
What if there’s a better way?
Not a 3-step technique or a shiny, new curriculum, but a change in perspective that transforms the way you plan, teach, and homeschool?
Homeschool Bravely teaches you to see homeschooling as a calling, helps you overthrow the tyranny of impossible expectations, and guides you through the common bumps in the road, including how to:
juggle school and parenting with toddlers at home
teach a struggling learner
plan with the end in mind
accept your own limitations without feeling guilty
stay the course even in the face of criticism
Reclaim your hope, renew your purpose, and transform your homeschool. Because the truth is: God will use every part of your homeschool, even your fears, faults, and failures, to weave good plans for your kids.
My thoughts: We had already made the decision to homeschool when I picked this book up, though I wanted to see what it was all about with a new school year starting. This book is geared more towards those who have just made the decision to homeschool and are still unsure about their choice, though I think that it has something for every homeschooling parent. I personally loved the ideas Jamie includes for entertaining toddlers while homeschooling, keeping the end goal in mind, and her tips for avoiding burnout. I also loved the reminder of why we choose to homeschool, so that we can encourage a love of learning. This book is excellent for all homeschooling parents or those looking into homeschooling!
I received this book from Moody. This is my honest review and is in no way influenced by receiving a complimentary copy.
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