Education From Infancy (Part 1: An Early Start)

This book is the first in a set of 4 and contains a clear and well thought out plan that the author used to educate his grandson from infancy.  He used math concepts extensively because the early concepts are easy to grasp and encourage logical thinking.educ inf.jpg

This book could be used at any age and doesn’t need to be strictly adhered to.  It would benefit anyone hoping to prepare their child for pubic school, as the basis for a homeschooling effort, or for anyone needing to learn basic math concepts in a low-stress, non-threatening way.

Excellently organized start to early educational concepts.

I received this book through a Goodreads giveaway in exchange for an honest review.



In the Mind’s Eye

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ELA Lessons for Gifted and Advanced Learners in Grades 6-8

Emily Mofield, Ed.D., and Tamra Stambaugh, Ph.D.

This curriculum may be a bit too advanced for middle-grade students even identified as gifted.

There is a heavy reliance on materials “available online.”

Intriguing and thought-provoking activities could potentially generate a high interest level among students.

I received this book for free through a  Goodreads giveaway in exchange for an honest review.