Read, write, spell, draw, color, doodle and study horses! Cover every subject! For ages 9 to 14
Your child can color the cover!
A Delight Directed Learning Guide to inspire your child to take learning seriously, and develop reading, writing, spelling, and drawing skills. A SIX Week Unit Study on Horses! Don't miss the chance to study literature, history, science, art, character building and social studies - all in relation to horses!
For Age 8 to 14
Study anything and everything that relates to horses! Your child will pick out 6 library books to use along with this Journal. If ten pages are used each day the book will last 6 weeks. Expect your child to spend 2 to 3 hours daily with this Journal. You will need to add math in order to create a well rounded learning experience, everything else your child need to study for the next 6 weeks is included in this book, and the library books and documentaries he or she chooses!
For Home use only.
About the Seller
Fun-Schooling Workbooks, Journals, Portfolios, Activity Books and Homeschooling Curriculum for Creative Students, by Sarah Janisse Brown. All the books offered by Educents are the PDF downloadable version for printing at home. If you need the paperback version visit www.FunSchoolingBooks.com - There are over 180 Fun-Schooling Books available as paperback, but these are some of the most popular choices!
Our books help active, struggling and gifted learners to excel in every subject. Any creative student will enjoy the Do-It-Yourself nature of all our materials. Moms love our books because they empower children to learn independently. Fun-Schooling is a method of Homeschooling that combines the best of Delight-Directed Learning, Unschooling and Charlotte Mason Techniques while encouraging children to be active, curious and creative.
All of our books can be used with children who have Dyslexia, Asperger's Syndrome and ADHD. Students with these challenges love the logic and art based methods found in our books. We also use the Open Dyslexia Font to help new readers and dyslexics to avoid reading confusion.