I have been tagged by Leanne.
1.One homeschool book you have enjoyed…. From my earlier Homeschooling years…I used to re-read these regularly…Teach Your Own by John Holt ( one of the first Homeschool books I ever read), Better Than School by Nancy Wallace, For the Children’s Sake by Susan Schaeffer Macauley, The Successful Homeschool Family Handbook by Raymond and Dorothy Moore (originally published as something like Avoiding Homeschool Burnout.)…I do know thats more than one…
2. One book/ resource I wouldn’t be without…..The Internet. Totally. How did I Homeschool before the Internet? And the library.
3. One resource you wish you never purchased….oh my gosh, probably so many! But one that stands out is the Apologia Science Chemistry book. Dry as dust and none of us, yes even me, could get into it. Not even as a reference or supplement.
4. One resource you enjoyed last year….the Think blog. Most weeks we tried the Science/Thinking skills activites and problems. For awhile anyway. Before life got too busy with other things. It was fun! And I took photos or blogged as documentation.
5. One resource you will be using next year. …this year? Sandra Dodd’s Big Book of Unschooling. I downloaded it onto iBooks and I think it will be good for me, down to my last unschool school aged son, to revisit some unschooling ideas and to talk about them with Anthony and with others. Mum’s reading inevitably affects our Homeschooling…in this house, anyway!
6. One resource you would like to purchase…. I don’t know if there is one! Let me think…probably a learn to speak Portuguese resource, for Anthony and Thomas, in preparation for WYD 2013 in Rio Di Janeiro.
7. One resource you wish existed…. Not much really, we live and learn and use whatever we find…but maybe, when the boys were younger, a crystal ball to let me know that our relaxed Homeschooling, our unschooling, Would Work! (It has!)
8. One homeschool catalogue you enjoy reading… I used to love the Sonlight catalogue, for book suggestions, though I haven’t read it for several years now. I have also loved the FUN books website.
9. One homeschool website you use regularly…none really (blushes). I read blogs on an ad hoc basis, I read our Unschooling Catholics email list, I sometimes read the Unschooling Basics email list, I used to love the old Unschooling dotcom forum and I used to read the 4 Real Learning forum more, when I had more time….