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The Homeschooler's Book of Lists: More than 250 Lists, Charts, and Facts to Make Planning Easier and Faster Paperback – October 1, 2007
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From the Back Cover
Make Planning Easier and Faster!
Much more than a reference book, The Homeschooler's Book of Lists is filled with facts and essential information that will supplement any elementary-level curriculum. This convenient resource is particularly helpful for teaching multiple grade levels or subjects.
Organized by academic area, the lists can be used according to your child's specific needs, learning style, personality, and interests. The book will help you:
• Customize and enrich unit studies
• Encourage memorization work
• Answer questions on the spot
• Spark curiosity in students
• And much more!
With more than 250 lists about great people, important dates, mathematical formulas, word origins, and more--plus special checklists and ideas to aid lesson planning--The Homeschooler's Book of Lists is an invaluable tool for home educators and classroom teachers alike.
About the Author
SONYA HASKINS has five children, whom she teaches at home. The author of several books, she contributes to magazines including Homeschooling Today, Guideposts for Teens, and Decision. She is a founding member of TEACH, a homeschool support group, and serves as its membership coordinator and webmaster. Sonya and her husband have been foster parents for several years, hosting more than 60 children in their home. She and her family live in Jonesborough, Tennessee.
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I didn't quite know what to expect from this book but honestly couldn't put it down at first. It simply covers so many different things that our schools have simply forgotten about. Too many to "list", pardon the pun. Anyway, about once a week, I have my son take it and just find something that is of interest to him. Now, he is a typical young teenage boy and would never admit to "enjoying" a book but I do notice him as he's reading. I notice his eyebrows raise as he reads - meaning he did find something of interest.
We even gave this once a week class his "Imformational Studies". It's simply chocked full of great information. Sonya Haskins did a great job
The lists are just amazing. IT is fun to just sit and read through this book. It is also educational to just sit and thumb through this book. IT is a great place to start for reports, history lessons and more.
Well worth the money.
My favorite lists are not necessarily the curriculum based ones...like toddler chore ideas.
If you are building a curriculum, whether homeschool or not, this book is great.
One thing to note, it's religion section is very christian. I wish it had a more diverse point of view. But because it doesn't really matter that much I only took away one star.
That and I really wish it was...updated. George W. Bush isn't listed for his first election...but not the end of the world.
I don't foresee using this book past middle school. But I do think it helps take the pressure off while one gets into the groove of homeschooling.
It is also really fun to look at.