102 top picks for homeschool curriculum : choosing the right curriculum and approach for each child's learning style / by Cathy Duffy.Material type: BookPublisher: Westminster, California : Grove Publishing, Copyright date: �2015Description: 347 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780929320199; 0929320190.Other title: One hundred two top picks for homeschool curriculum.Subject(s): Home schooling -- Curricula -- United States | Curriculum planning -- United States | Education -- Parent participation -- United States | Curriculum planning | Education -- Parent participation | Home schooling -- Curricula | United States | Home schooling -- Curricula | Curriculum planning | Education -- Parent participationDDC classification: 371.042
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
102 Top Picks makes it easy for home educators to select the right curriculum for each family situation and each child's learning style. Widely-recognized curriculum expert Cathy Duffy walks you through the curriculum selection process: goal setting, figuring out which educational approach to use, developing your own philosophy of education, determining your teaching style, and identifying your children's learning styles. "At-a-glance" charts highlight key features of each Top Pick selection. Scanning through the charts allows you to quickly identify products likely to be of interest. The charts are followed by extensive reviews of each of Cathy's Top Picks. This is an updated and extensively revised edition of 101 Top Picks for Homeschool Curriculum.
How on earth do I figure out what curriculum to use? -- Drill and kill, real books, delight-directed studies...what's best? -- Putting together your philosophy of education -- Learning styles: how does MY child learn best? -- Who should learn what, and when? -- Top 102 picks -- Phonics, reading, and literature -- Language arts: grammar and composition -- Language arts: spelling, vocabulary & handwriting -- Mathematics -- History, geography and social studies -- Science -- Unit studies & all-in-one programs -- Selective electives -- Endnotes -- Index.