Homeschooling Info

Looking for homeschooling info? Here are some popular posts:

Don’t Be Intimidated by Homeschooling for High School (Part 1 and Part 2)

Don’t Let Inflation Keep You From Homeschooling

When Kids Use the Internet for Research

Homeschooling Your Child with Down Syndrome

Book List for Homeschooling a Child with Down Syndrome

Preparing for Adulthood Without College

Homeschooling to Prevent Rebellion

Recognizing Your Hidden Curriculum

Preschool Pressure or Preschool Peace?

No Teaching Certificate? No Problem.

Take Control of Your Family’s Schedule

Making Time to Be Alone

A Homeschool Mom’s Paradise

A Simple Homeschool Thanksgiving

Looking for more? You’ll find lots more by scrolling down to the Tags section at the bottom of this page and clicking on “Homeschooling.”


All of my books are related to homeschooling. They include:

Thriving in the 21st Century (preparing your children for the new economy). Hint: the best way involves homeschooling!

The Imperfect Homeschooler’s Guide to Homeschooling (thoughts and tips–115 of them!– developed over 25 years of homeschooling.)

Women of the Old Testament: 14 In-Depth Bible Studies for Teens (the curriculum I wrote for my daughter…and me!)

Life Prep for Homeschooled Teenagers (a curriculum that will prepare your teens for life on their own.)

The Stages of Homeschooling eBook series (whether you’re a maybe, a newbie, somewhat-experienced or an old pro, there’s encouragement for you.)

Back to Basics: Raising Self-Sufficient Children eBook (explains which skills your children must have and why, and includes the best related learning links on the Web.)

Homeschooling Your Teenagers eBook (encouragement and info for those brave enough to homeschool all the way through high school!)


You can download free chapters from many of these books at Cardamom Publishers’ website.


2 thoughts on “Homeschooling Info

  1. I don’t know of a specific curriculum for kids with Down syndrome, but there are many books that will help you teach your child specific skills. I listed some of them here. You’ll also find more about homeschooling a child with Ds here.

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