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Pagan Homeschooling By Kristin Madden,

  • Title: Pagan Homeschooling
  • Author: Kristin Madden
  • ISBN: 9781892718426
  • Page: 144
  • Format: Paperback
  • Why are so many families educating their children at home Is this path right for you and your family How do you get started How can you better teach your children about your spirituality Can spirituality and academics ever meet The answers to these questions and many can be found in the pages of this groundbreaking book The home education movement is growing atWhy are so many families educating their children at home Is this path right for you and your family How do you get started How can you better teach your children about your spirituality Can spirituality and academics ever meet The answers to these questions and many can be found in the pages of this groundbreaking book The home education movement is growing at an astounding pace Pagans and other metaphysical parents are enthusiastically exploring this option to typical compulsory school education Pagan Homeschooling is the first book to address the needs of these families, and this hands on manual is packed with resources, checklists, questionnaires, exercises, arts and crafts, experiments, spells, rituals, and .
    Pagan Homeschooling Why are so many families educating their children at home Is this path right for you and your family How do you get started How can you better teach your children about your spirituality Can spiritual

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    1. I m going to have to buy this book at some point It is full of fun educational ideas all with a nature religion bias but easily secularized for those non pagans out there and also lots of resources for pagans and or homeschooling parents Since I fall into both categories, it s as if it was written for me Much was stuff I already knew reasons to homeschool, the difference between styles of homeschooling, unit studies vs boxed curriculum, etc but there were areas that helped me clarify my concepts [...]

    2. This book was written by a shrewd, resourceful and observant woman Though she included perfunctory assurances that she doesn t knock public charter private schools, she included constant jabs at public schooling and even public school teachers in general That bias drew my attention to her ignorance about basic pedagogy This book is not one to read if you re looking to set objectives for education or to evaluate learning, or any of the bits in the middle The rituals and exercises were unremarkabl [...]

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