This book is easy to use, the beginning if the book has a "workbook" to help you decide what homschool style should work the best for you and you child/ren.
Cathy Duffy has given a good description of all of her top 100 Picks in Homeschool Curriculem.
Beth C. reviewed 100 Top Picks For Homeschool Curriculum: Choosing The Right Curriculum And Approach For Your Child's Learning Style on + 3 more book reviews
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Very helpful book, especially for new homeschoolers who aren't sure which method, let alone curriculum, that they'll use. I don't recall a Christian bias, but it would still be a valuable read to help you get started in homeschooling, even if you want to avoid religious curriculua.
Cheryl P. reviewed 100 Top Picks For Homeschool Curriculum: Choosing The Right Curriculum And Approach For Your Child's Learning Style on
I always recommend for new homeschoolers to find a copy of this book, now updated as 101 Top Homeschool Picks. She takes the first few chapters to walk you through questions of your goals and dreams for your homeschool- what is important to you and your hubby may not be to me. Then she asks you about your child/ren's learning styles and issues as well as your teaching style. She has you graph your answers and points you toward a style of curriculum that will fit for YOU. This is important because every home is different, what one moms loves and swears by may not work at all for you. This is a vital process for a mom and dad to go through to maximize your enjoyment, contentment and confidence homeschooling.