As I chronicle my journey from despair to joy, from schoolish to unschooling, I share answers to common questions that many Christian homeschoolers ask: Is unschooling bibilical? How do I motivate my child without grades, gold stars, and punishments? What does natural learning look like at different ages? What about skills? Most of all, as we explore the scientific and educational evidence, the Bible, and anecdotes, we will discover together the joy and peace that God intends for us in our homeschool journey. qThis is a wonderful book to read for families that are struggling with their current methods of teaching at home and are looking for something to try that is completely different. It is a great book to read for encouragement and edification. If a parent worries they are not homeschooling correctly, this book will set you straight about what is really important.q--Old Schoolhouse MagazineIt casts off grade levels, grades, tests, scope and sequence, records, scores, and all the other trappings of school that we have been ... Children are not 5th graders or 1st graders or sophomores, they are eleven year olds, six year olds, and.
|Title||:||Finding Joy: A Christian's Journey to an Unschooled Life|
|Publisher||:||Lulu Press, Inc - 2014-03-05|