How To Homeschool

How-to-Homeschool books are always discounted at Schoolhouse Publishing!

Maybe you're new to homeschooling, or you need fresh vision and encouragement.  This section of our store contains all the help you need to run a successful homeschool.  Get tips and hints, learn educational methods, find ideas on how to organize, and equip yourself to be the best teacher your child could possibly have. 

An SHP Favorite!, Softcover, 279 pgs, 9780975854396

It’s finally here! This book, 20 years in the making, is full of photos, ideas, tips, Scripture, humor, and practical application. In it, you will find help for your home and school and hope for your soul. You might think I’m not just a homeschool mom like you. I’m the epitomy of the Homeschool Supermom - or so it may seem. I’ve homeschooled my nine amazing kids for 20 years. But it’s time for me to climb down from the pedestal, and in total transparency, explode the Supermom myth. 

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An SHP Favorite!, Set, 2 book set, 9780975854396

This 2-book set includes "Homeschool Supermom...NOT!" and it's companion, "Come to the Garden." For details on these 2 books, please see the individual titles. In the meantime, the set gives you both books at a reduced price. 

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An SHP Favorite!, Softcover, 9780975854365

"Come to the Garden" is the journal/Bible study designed specifically to accompany the book, "Homeschool Supermom...NOT!" Written by my mom, a godly older woman, this journal is designed to help you dig deeper into the Bible alongside the lessons you are learning in Supermom. Each chapter in the journal corresponds with a chapter in Supermom. Author Alta Andraeas has added stories and lessons of her own to the many questions taken from the side bars of Supermom and from the "Homework for the Soul" assignments at the end of each chapter, further enriching your studies. 

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Faster than a speeding toddler. More perceptive than a loco teenager. Able to fold tall towers of laundry in a single hour. It’s a maid. It’s a teacher. It’s Supermom! Unfortunately, Supermom I am not. There are just not enough hours in my day or energy in this old body. So, how do we homeschool moms do it all? Is it possible to succeed in keeping up with the housework and the homeschool? Or do I just hope nobody phones in a tip to the Environmental Protection Agency that my home is a hazardous waste site? A homeschool mother of 9 shares with you the tools she uses to cope with the pressures of doing it all.

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I have learned a number of tricks to make homeschool run more
smoothly. I’ll share with you my daily log ideas, my multilevel teaching ideas,
and my daily “schedule.” I’ll also give you tips on what to do with all that
homeschool clutter (books and projects) that accumulate. A fun workshop for
the organizationally challenged.

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100% Mommy, 100% Teacher Susan Kemmerer Do you have a baby, a toddler, or a preschooler running around while you are trying to work with your...

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The hours you used to spend in keeping house are now spent teaching science and correcting papers. Unfortunately, the housework doesn’t just go away. Things are piling up. The mess and dirt are making you crazy, and you don’t like who you are becoming. You’re tired and don’t have the strength to stay up late to catch up. And no one is helping you. You’re tired of nagging, tired of everyone’s laziness, and tired of being everyone’s slave. When, if ever, will those kids learn to shoulder their share of the responsibility?

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You’ve been blessed with this amazing bundle of energy. He has spent the first years of his life climbing anything vertical, “shooting” anything that moves, turning every serious moment into a wrestling match – and doing it all at top speed. And now you want to put a book in his lap and convince him that reading word lists and adding columns of numbers is fun??? Yeah, right!

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Do you find that you hate homeschooling, yet you have
compelling reasons that force you to stick with it? Do you feel like a failure?
This homeschool thing certainly doesn’t seem to be working the miracles you
were led to expect. If only you could recapture your joy! “Homeschool” and
“joy” do not have to be antonyms. Rediscover the contagious fruit of JOY, and
watch it grow in your homeschool.

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Oh, if only everyone could get along! But, instead, it is C.H.A.O.S (Constantly Heckling, Always Over Something). How do you deal with anger and bickering in your kids so that your homeschool and your home run more smoothly? This was the topic chosen by my teenagers as one area in our family where God has demonstrated His power in us. You can learn how to deal with sibling rivalry and enjoy your children’s company once again. The fruit of PEACE can blossom in your home.

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Oh-h-h! It’s so frustrating! Your students make the same obvious, stupid mistakes over and over again. And it’s not just their school work…it’s their overall attitude towards school, chores, and family. And what is my “normal” response to such obvious bad attitude? I’ll tell you this – a kind and gentle response do not top my list as natural reactions! Yet the Bible tells us…no, commands us…to put on kindness and pursue gentleness! Abundant grace is available to help you be a woman kind and gentle in your homeschool. You’ll be laughing and crying in this humorous and hard-hitting workshop.



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Shepherding A Child's Heart
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Softcover, 215 pgs, 9780966378603

Shepherding a Child’s Heart is a book that equips you to look at heart issues, draw them from your child, and address them appropriately. It teaches you the best way to show your child his desperate need for a Savior - which is especially helpful for those of us who have raised our children from birth in Christian families. I often wonder if our kids truly understand their own sinfulness and need, since from the world’s perspective they are such "good' kids! This book is a true parenting treasure that should be referred to time and time again. 

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