Read Me a Book - Tell Me a Story: Cherie Logans Easy Reading Tips for Homeschooling Cherie Logan

ISBN: 9781492195238

Published: September 18th 2013

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54 pages


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Read Me a Book - Tell Me a Story: Cherie Logans Easy Reading Tips for Homeschooling  by  Cherie Logan

Read Me a Book - Tell Me a Story: Cherie Logans Easy Reading Tips for Homeschooling by Cherie Logan
September 18th 2013 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 54 pages | ISBN: 9781492195238 | 5.24 Mb

Happily Home Taught Presents Cherie Logans Tips for Easy Homeschooling Series. Cherie Logan is a founder of HappilyHomeTaught.com which is made up of a group of first and second generation homeschooling moms and their daughters. She developed thisMoreHappily Home Taught Presents Cherie Logans Tips for Easy Homeschooling Series. Cherie Logan is a founder of HappilyHomeTaught.com which is made up of a group of first and second generation homeschooling moms and their daughters.

She developed this series of tips to help mothers enjoy their home school experience. The tips are concise and easy to master and they help ease the worries and frustrations moms as teachers often face. For more than 30 years, she had shared these tried and true tips with other families and have repeatedly seen them help each woman become a confident homeschooling mom who guides and grows with children as they become a spiritually centered, educationally self-motivated, socially well-adjusted, and playfully connected family Volume 2 - Read Me a Book - Tell Me a Story When I started to write this volume, it was specifically directed to the homeschooling family.

But as the writing unfolded, I realized that it was really directed to every family and to every age. The first purpose of this volume is to share tips on teaching reading and developing a love of reading. The second purpose is more about creating a family culture of reading and learning through written and recorded words. Building a family takes work. That is such an obvious statement, but it doesnt have to be all washing dishes and refereeing arguments. The biggest part of the work of raising a family is setting a path that leads to a specific destination and then, with day-by-day consistency, walking that journey.

A family culture of reading books, watching movies, listening to stories, and sharing conversations about those tales builds a unity that lasts beyond school years and the childhood family.



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