Today, we’re going to double up and discuss the postscript and resources chapters. I originally had them split up on the schedule, but they are short and go together well.
There’s no place like home…with God in it. pg. 331
As homeschoolers and even more as Christ-followers, we have to remember that the goal is not what our children do with their lives. It is more about who they become. Success in the world’s eyes without the right heart towards God is ultimately failure.
The rest of the book is filled with great book suggestions for parents and children as well as forms to help you organize and record your homeschooling endeavors.
Here’s my first question to you today: What are your favorite resources? It might be a book, a tool, or a curriculum. It might be a blog, person, or a method. Now, share it! Either leave a comment or write up a post and link up on why that thing is your favorite, can’t homeschool without it resource.
Second, I’d love to hear your thoughts on Educating the WholeHearted Child as a whole. Even if you haven’t been with me the whole series, please leave a comment or link up a blog post you’ve written on the book as a whole.
That’s the end of the series. I hope you enjoyed this journey. I hope you learned some new things and focused or refocused your homeschooling. Educating the WholeHearted Child will be a well-loved and well-used reference book through out my years of homeschooling.