How to write a low-cost/no-cost curriculum for your home-school child by Borg Hendrickson

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Published by Mountain Meadow Press in Koosia, ID .

Written in English

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  • United States.

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  • Home schooling -- Curricula -- United States.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Book details

Statementby Borg Hendrickson.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsLC40 .H48 1990
The Physical Object
Pagination180 p. :
Number of Pages180
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2232142M
ISBN 100945519109
LC Control Number89092423
OCLC/WorldCa21362795

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I will definately write my own curriculum when the time comes, and I won't be overwhelmed by it, thanks to this book/5(7). This book outlines six steps to creating a home-school curriculum custom-designed for your child at low or no cost. You will end up with a one-of-a-kind curriculum that reflects your own educational philosophies, focuses on the long-term aims you have for your child's education, and suits your child's learning needs and interests/5(7).

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Consider your child’s learning style and current interests. One child may do well with a packaged curriculum, while another needs a more hands-on style of learning.

In addition, if your child is currently fascinated by bugs, for example, you may want to find a science curriculum that covers the study of insects.

Research the Curriculum. There is a pretty good book called, "How to Write a Low-cost/no-cost curriculum" that can get you started.

There's also a great book called, "Homeschooling on a shoestring" and another called "Homeschool Your Child For Free" using mainly free internet resources. The internet and the library are probably the best resources you'll find, and free.

My strategy was based on economics. I could not afford to purchase a curriculum when I started. So I developed my own, with help from a book titled How to Write a Low Cost/No Cost Curriculum by Borg Hendrikson. I developed a personalized curriculum for my child. It is also important to be flexible.

I use our curriculum as a guideline. Harris, Greg, The Christian Home School. Hendrickson, Borg, How to Write a Low Cost/ No Cost Curriculum for Your Home-school Child.

Hensley, Sharon, Home Schooling Children with Special Needs. Herzog, Joyce, Learning In Spite Of Labels, Greenleaf Press. Holt, John, Teach Your Own. Hubbs, Don, Home Education Resource Guide. Lorraine Curry's Easy Homeschooling Techniques: Your Guide To The Low Cost, Time Saving, High Quality Method is the ideal "how to" introduction and manual for parents who aspire to teach their children at home.5/5(5).

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HI all, I need suggestions and examples on how to create a education plan for each of my kids. My sig shows a number of special needs. I want to take each child and follow a grid of questions to spark my mind and then put it in writing.

I guess its kinda like an IEP but not for public school for. Your child has a good understanding of the topic and writes about it in an imaginative and creative way.

BASIC SKILLS FOR HOMESCHOOLING. Your child shows an understanding of the topic and writes about it in a logical, practical way. Your child tries to develop the topic but digresses and writes about other topics as well. /5(1).Vermont Home Study Resource Guide (September ) Vermont Home Study Resource Guide (September ) THE HOME SCHOOL SOURCE BOOK HOW TO WRITE A LOW COST/NO COST CURRICULUM FOR YOUR HOME CHILD By Borg Hendrickson Step-by-step instructions on writing a curriculum.

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