Part 1: Homeschooling: Is It for You?
Part 2: Choosing a Curriculum
Part 3: Organization and Planning
Part 4: Preventing Burnout
Part 5: What to Teach - When and How
Part 6: Homeschooling Teens
Part 7: Computers in the Homeschool
Part 8: Creative Solutions
Part 9: Measuring Your Success
Part 10: Resource Guide
I want to make you aware of something before you purchase this book and read it. This book will cause you to want to read more and more books. For instance, the author mentioned a book called In their own way: Discovering and Encouraging your Child's Multiple Intelligences by Thomas Armstrong. I really want to read this book now (I could share more but I will decline because I think you get the point)! This book will lead you to revolutionize the way you educate your children, and teach you how to customize each child's education. The biggest change I have made after reading this book is I am now focused on trying to raise independent learners (the author talks about this in the "Preventing Burnout" section). It is going to be easier for me to train them now when they are early elementary-aged to be independent learners than to wait until they are middle school-aged. After reading this book you will find yourself saying "no" to a lot of things that are distracting you and causing you to not be the best educator you can be.
Whether you are thinking about homeschooling or currently are homeschooling, this book has a lot to offer you. If you are thinking about homeschooling, this book is full of information to arm yourself with knowledge to help you make the right decision for your family. If you are currently homeschooling you will find encouragement and motivation to continue on!