We homeschoolers have dozens of options for how to teach. You can apply a certain teaching style such as classical, delight directed, unschooling, Charlotte Mason, traditional, or eclectic. But you might vary your style depending on the subject at hand or your child’s learning style. Even factors such as gender and family size can make a difference.
The combinations are endless, but the bloggers of iHN are here to help by sharing how they teach their children at home. Browse the topics below and find the posts that suit your situation perfectly.
How I Teach Active Kids Using the Charlotte Mason Method by Cindy West
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How I Teach Nature Study for Newbies by LaToya Edwards
How I Teach Grant Wood to My Homeschool Co-op by Stephanie Harrington
How I Teach Third Grade Math to My Child with ADHD by Selena Robinson
How I Teach My Preschooler the ABCs by Jamie
How I Teach History to Multiple Ages by Sharla Kostelyk
How I Teach Mandarin to My Kids by Eva Varga
How I Teach Current Events in my Homeschool by Karyn Tripp
How I Teach Math to my Gifted Homeschooler by Renée Brown
How I Teach Geography and Missions by Lauren Mirecki
How I Teach Science In A Unit Study by Marci Goodwin
How I Teach Writing to My Child With Dysgraphia by Susan Williams
How I Teach Memory Work to My Preschooler by Kathy Gossen
How I Teach Phonemic Awareness to my Kids With Dyslexia by Marianne Sunderland
How I Teach Multiple Subjects to Multiple Ages by Tricia Hodges
How I Teach Math In Our Homeschool by Mary Prather
How I Teach Critical Thinking in Our Homeschool by Angela Hoffman