|Homeschooling Young Children||Vol. 88, Prg. 31–35|
March 30–April 3, 2009
If you have questions about starting homeschool with your young learner, this week’s program has answers! You’ve already taught your toddler so much, why not keep going? HSLDA program coordinator Vicki Bentley offers encouragement and suggestions for how to teach your early learner.
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Vicki Bentley is the mother of eight daughters, foster mom of over 50, and grandma to 14 wonderful grandbabies (so far). Vicki has homeschooled 17 children since 1988, with the strong undergirding of her husband, Jim, and led a local support group of over 250 families for 14 years. She has served on the executive board and convention committee of the Home Educators Association of Virginia and has addressed state and national conventions, university teacher organizations, and many mothers’ groups. She is the author of My Homeschool Planner, Everyday Cooking, The Everyday Family Chore System, Home Education 101: A Mentoring Program for New Homeschoolers, High School 101: Blueprint for Success, and other homeschool and homemaking helps, and coordinates HSLDA’s The Early Years program. Vicki has a heart for moms, with strong, practical wisdom and encouraging words.
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