homeschooling for the unhomeschooled parent
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Book- Homeschooling While Black: Our Family's Journey of Consciously & Purposefully Educating our Children
This book documents our family's homeschool journey in hopes of inspiring other families of the African Diaspora to consider home education for their youth. Find out how to create a home education plan, how to identify your child's motivations & strengths, how to utilize your local community's events and resources to enhance your homeschool curriculum, and the real life impact (personal, family, financial) of homeschooling while Black. $5 has been added to the cost of the book to take care of U.S. domesticshipping and handling charges.
Cultural ABCs: Afrikan-Built World Contributions (30 Days of Facts & Extension Activities for teaching Afrikan History)
Not your usual Black History month figures and facts retold over and over again. The contributions of Africa to the modern world included in this 10-page resource PREDATES the Transatlantic Slave Trade and places Africans in the Americas and across the globe bringing civilization across the globe LONG BEFORE CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS!
Lessons & Activities for Black Unschoolers and Homeschoolers (Ages 0-8)
Looking for a good place to start with pre-school to early elementary beginning homeschoolers?Learn about activities, lessons, & resources for facilitating learning in the areas of reading, writing, language arts, mathematics & STEAM from a real unschool-homeschool family! Using these activities, resources and lessons I have (1) taught my two oldest to read and write in English( & count in Kiswahili) by the age of 5. By age 6, both my sons were proficient in 1, 2, and 3-digit addition and 2-digit subtraction AND counting money. This 29-page guide is perfect for those beginning their homeschooling journey or looking for creative ways and new resources to enhance their current curriculum.