HSTV: Planning Step 7 — Creating a Homeschool Booklist
There are a number of different kinds of book lists that you can create for your homeschool. You might need a reading list for science or history, one for literature, a list for beginning readers to use to practice independently, or a list for Morning Time.
Whatever reason you are creating a list, there is one thing you don’t need — guilt! Find out how to let go of the guilt about not reading all.the.things (and why it might even be better).
Links and resources from today’s show:
- Your Morning Basket Podcast
- Homeschool Snapshots Podcast
- The Homeschool Solutions Show with Pam Barnhill
- You Need a Homeschool Vision
- My Favorite Goal Setting Tip for Homeschool Planning
- Planning a Course Study
- Choosing a Homeschool Schedule
- Plan a Homeschool Week Tips
- Now We Buy Curriculum!
- Ten Steps to the Perfect Homeschool Plan
- The Ultimate Guide to Reading and Books for Children
- YMB #25 Teaching with Ideas: A Conversation with Brandy Vencel
- Morning Time Plans
- 100 Things to Do in Your Morning Time
- The Magic School Bus: The Complete Series
- Living Books Curriculum
- Dr. Seuss’s Beginner Book Collection
- Raising Lifelong Readers
- Give Your Child the World
- Simply Charlotte Mason Bookfinder
- Ambleside Online
- Timeline of Classics
- Beautiful Feet Books
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