|#1 TEACH YOUR
CHILD TO READ IN 100 EASY LESSONS. Written by: Siegfried Engelmann. Based
on the nationally successful DISTAR program, this program has been adapted for parents and
child to use.
|#2 THE LION, THE WITCH, AND THE WARDROBE. Written by C.S.
Lewis in 1950. Four English schoolchildren find their way through the back of a wardrobe
into the magic land of Narnia and assist Aslan, the golden lion, to triumph over the White
Witch, who has cursed the land with eternal winter. The story bears a striking resemblance
to the story of our Lord Jesus.
|#3 HOMESCHOOL :
Taking the First Step. Written by: Borg Hendrickson. This wonderful book
gives legal requirements of all 50 states for homeschooling. It contains many great
sources of information to get you started. If you follow the steps given for getting
organized, you will find yourself ready to go.
SUCCESSFUL HOMESCHOOL FAMILY HANDBOOK : A Creative and Stress-Free Approach to
Homeschooling [Large Print]. Written by: Dr. Raymond S. Moore and Dorothy
N. Moore. If you are thinking about homeschooling, or are struggling with a homeschooling
curriculum that is difficult to use, let Dr. Ray and Dorothy Moore show you how to make
homeschooling an easy-to-live-with family adventure in learning.
: A Patchwork of Days. Written by Nancy Lande. Share a Day With 30
Homeschooling Families. All homeschoolers wish they could just take a peek into other
homeschooling families days. How do they do things? How do they move through the
day? How do they organize themselves? This book goes into the hearts and homes of lots of
families and is helpful even if you don't want to homeschool, but just need some
inspiration and/or new ideas of how to handle everyday situations.
UNSCHOOLING HANDBOOK : HOW TO USE THE WHOLE WORLD AS YOUR CHILD'S CLASSROOM.
Written by: Mary Griffith. Unschooling, a by-product of the widespread homeschooling
movement, is a unique approach to education--one that uses children's natural curiosity to
propel them into a world of learning. This practical guides reveals the secrets of
unschooling success even as it addresses the misconceptions and criticism unschoolers may
|#7 BOB BOOKS
FOR BEGINNING READERS. Set 1 (Set, No 1). Written by: Bobby Lynn Maslen
and John R. Maslen. The BOB Books help young children learn to read through repetition and
warm, humorous stories and illustrations.
|#8 ENGLISH FOR THE THOUGHTFUL CHILD. By: Mary Hyde. This book
was originally published in the early 1900's and revised by Cyndy Shearer (Greenleaf
Press). Mrs. Shearer recommends it as a 2nd grade text, however, it seems appropriate for
1st and 3rd grade as well.
FROM THE ROOTS UP. Help for Reading, Writing, Spelling, and S.A.T. Scores.
Greek/Latin. Written by: Joegil Lundquist. Learn and understand the Greek and Latin roots
of the english language. Designed and written for 5th grade and up.
REFLEX: The Foolproof Phono-Graphix Method for Teaching Your Child to Read.
Written By: Carmen McGuinness and Geoffrey McGuinness. Backed by 25 years of research into
reading, this proven and practical method is prepared by two of the nation's foremost
experts. Featuring fun, easy-to-understand lessons, diagnostic tests, instructional
exercises, games, and step-by-step lesson plans for parents, "Reading Reflex"
provides all the tools for teaching a child to be an excellent reader.