Hi from the Philippines!
We’ve spent the past few days settling in, recovering from some serious jetlag (a 12 hour time difference from our Connecticut home), and preparing for the work with Love146 we’re here to do over the upcoming month.
I’ll be back to share more on that soon–including an invitation for you to partner with us in abolition and restoration–but for today I want to point you over in the direction of Parents.com.
There I have an article recently published to help you understand and navigate successfully through the maze of homeschooling methods–including tips on how to find the one (or the combination) that’s best for your family
From my article:
“Most homeschoolers consider their choice of methods to be eclectic. It’s rare for a family to fit within the confines of one specific educational philosophy because homeschooling offers flexibility for families to choose and blend different methods according to their children’s needs in each stage of development.
If you’re thinking about teaching your child at home, here are eight common methods to consider. Find the one that best fits your beliefs about education or combine different approaches.”
Head to Parents.com to read the rest for overviews of methods including Classical, Montessori, Charlotte Mason, Leadership Education, and more.