The Homeschool Glossary
A Directory of Homeschool Terminology
for the Totally Confused
Refers to Beautiful Feet Books, a popular
series of study guides that teach history through literature for K-12.
Also known as School-In-A-Box — Refers to a complete package of
curriculum that includes study materials for all subjects for any given
grade level. Most of these products offer traditional, scope-and-sequence
courses of study that meet national curriculum standards. They usually
include textbooks, workbooks, tests, activity suggestions, and suggested
resources for further learning. Includes a teacher's manual that provides
day-by-day instructions on how to teach the lessons and structure the
assignments. Examples include:
A term used to describe a parent or child who has become exhausted from the
process of homeschooling. Here are some links to info and articles on homeschool
burnout and how to deal with it:
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