Teacher resource books are an important component of any successful homeschool.
And they will take it up as their profession—that is, with the diligence, regularity, and punctuality which men bestow on their professional labours. ~ Charlotte M. Mason
We, as our children’s teachers, should read, study, and learn about how to teach our children with our chosen educational methodology, how children learn, and how to order our days. Here are the teacher resource books that have been most helpful to me.
Favorite Teacher Resource Books
A Charlotte Mason Education by Catherine Levison
A Picture Perfect Childhood by Cay Gibson
All Through the Ages by Christine Miller
Charlotte Mason Companion by Karen Andreola
Charlotte Mason Study Guide by Penny Gardner
Different Learners by Jane Healy
Endangered Minds by Jane Healy
Failure to Connect by Jane Healy
For the Children’s Sake by Susan Schaeffer Macaulay
Honey for a Child’s Heart by Gladys M. Hunt
Honey for a Teen’s Heart by Gladys M. Hunt
Honey for a Woman’s Heart by Gladys M. Hunt
More Charlotte Mason Education by Catherine Levison
Original Homeschooling Series by Charlotte M. Mason
The Anchor: Recording Your Child’s Pre-Academic Development by Susan Chrisman
The Practical Planner by Susan Chrisman
Your Child’s Growing Mind by Jane Healy
Who Should We Then Read? by Jan Bloom (She has two volumes available.)
Find other teacher resource suggestions on the Resources for Homeschool Moms Link-up.
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