A look at strengthening the American Family
The author tells her experience of how she managed the death of her husband and the task of teaching five kids at home. Life as a single parent is hard and if you consider home schooling your children it becomes even harder. Valerie will walk you through it and you won’t feel alone any more.
Home is Where the Heart Is for High School is a great source of information and ideas on how to easily transition your kids into or out of regular school. You will find all the information you need to make a educated decision between regular school or home school and what would be best for your child’s education or your youngster’s needs forÂ college.
In Home is Where the Heart Is for High School, you will find insights like:Â Home Schooling When A Single Parent, Take Time Off From Participating in School,Â Use a Support Group,Â Consider Other Options,Â Take Leisure Time. In other words don’t burn out, have fun, and be flexible.
Valerie, did a great job with this self-helpÂ book.
By Anna del C. Dye
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