- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 91 KB
- Print Length: 37 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Easy Homeschooling (23 Mar. 2012)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B007OC4KGC
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 2 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,765,563 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Homeschooling In Your Garden (Easy Homeschooling Book 7) Kindle Edition
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Top customer reviews
Often books about homeschooling have great ideas but require LOTS of money/resources to implement them. This seems different and as soon as it stops raining I'll be taking my 3 out into the garden for some real life hands on learning! Thanks very much for this resource!!!
I really liked it. You probably will too.
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I'm definitely not in the demographic group for this book, but I enjoyed it anyway. This review is coming from someone who doesn't have a family and isn't an outdoorsy person--but the subtitle caught my attention. "How to Keep Gardening Positive and Fun..." That's what I figured I needed! My parents often have a big garden, and growing up I had responsibilities to help with it too, but I don't remember ever enjoying it. One idea I did like from this book already though was the idea of planting a 'salsa garden'. I do like a good salsa, and making our own from plants we grew does sound kind of appealing, even for me. :) I also thought the idea of the 'butterfly garden' was a unique one. I've heard of vegetable gardens and flower gardens, of course, but I never would have thought of planting flowers specifically to attract caterpillars and butterflies in all their stages. That seems pretty ingenious. So who knows? Maybe even this indoors-loving book worm will get outside this summer a bit to try my own hand at growing something! If it works, I'll definitely have this book to thank for it! :)
The only constructive criticism I have about this book is that I found a few capitalization, punctuation, and spacing errors in the text. Other than that, I really enjoyed reading the book and can't wait to implement the ideas in my own home!
To me a book with ideas that have been tried and tested always seem appealing: if they can do it then I can give it a try.
I definitely want to try some of these ideas and make learning fun. One comment that struck me is to allow your child to experiment and not try correct every idea he or she has. Being a teacher it is so easy to continually correct. With this book we can all learn new ideas which we can choose to keep; modify or ignore.
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