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Educating the Whole-Hearted Child Reviews

Educating the Whole-Hearted Child is a tremendous source of comfort for new and experienced homeschoolers. Guiding you with seasoned advice and encouragement, the Clarksons show you how to combine discipleship and education to create a God-designed program—the home-centered, whole-book approach to lessons. Using this revised and expanded edition with four main sections—home, learning, methods, and lifestyle—your children will live and learn for Christ. May have limited availability due to production delays.

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  1. Educating the Whole-Hearted Child Review by Spauldorf
    Pros: THE BEST homeschooling resource BAR NONE!
    Cons: I got it too late!

    Grades Used: 9-11

    I came across this when my kids were “too old” but still was able to apply much of it to them. It is by far the best resource for homeschooling I have ever seen. I would HIGHLY recommend it to anyone interested in homeschooling. It may seem a bit overwhelming, but so are all the other ideas and options trying to grab your attention. I would suggest buying this when your kids are very young and reading it once through and then referring to it throughout the years. They have hit the nail on the head with this one! I only wish I got it sooner!

  2. Educating the Whole-Hearted Child Review by Theresa Walker
    Pros: Terrific book

    Love their approach to homeschooling & the ideas & suggestions in the book. Was so thankful it was in a our support group’s library a couple of years ago..

  3. Educating the Whole-Hearted Child Review by Julie Scott
    Pros: love Sally, wonderful ideas, uplifting, encouraging
    Cons: but it overwhelmed me as a new homeschooler!

    I might have to try reading this again, now that we’ve been homeschooling a few years. But when I first read this book (& granted I didn’t get more than half way or so thru it), even tho I thought it was great & had so many wonderful ideas, illustrations, etc. I eventually realized I had to return it to the friend who lent it to me – without finishing it. Because I was feeling overwhelmed and knew I would *never* be a homeschooler like Sally. (Sort of reminded me of the Martha Stewart of homeschooling.)
    I’ve since listened to Sally speak at our local homeschool conference & would go to her sessions again (& again!). I love her perspective and view of educating a child’s a whole heart!

  4. Educating the Whole-Hearted Child Review by LaRee

    Great book, great authors, every Christian homeschooler should read it!

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