The Unhurried Homeschooler: A Simple, Mercifully Short Book on Homeschooling

The Unhurried Homeschooler: A Simple, Mercifully Short Book on Homeschooling

Homeschooling is a wonderful, worthwhile pursuit, but many homeschool parents struggle with feelings of burnout and frustration. If you have ever felt this way, you’re not alone! Most of us need to be reminded of the “why” of homeschooling from time to time—but The Unhurried Homeschooler takes parents a step further and lifts the unnecessary burdens that many parents place on themselves.
Drawing on twenty years of homeschooling her eight children, Durenda Wilson gently reminds parents about the things that really matter, as she offers a clear portrait of what a life-giving home life can be during the homeschooling years. Reading The Unhurried Homeschooler is like having coffee with a trusted friend. You’ll be encouraged as you learn to do what God has put before you. This book will lighten your load while helping you learn how to raise life long learners and ENJOY the homeschool years with your kids.

Title:The Unhurried Homeschooler: A Simple, Mercifully Short Book on Homeschooling
Edition Language:English
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    The Unhurried Homeschooler: A Simple, Mercifully Short Book on Homeschooling Reviews

  • Laura

    This was a "mercifully short" book and I am so glad for it. It's a wonderful little book that I will be able to reread, without getting bogged down, and glean the encouragement and gentle reminders of...

  • Jenni Moeller

    She talks about most of this stuff on her pod casts so it felt like review to me BUT what she is saying is really good stuff!! Her point is God should lead our homeschooling and it shouldn’t look li...

  • Alicia Bayer

    This is an okay beginner's guide to relaxed homeschooling, especially if you are homeschooling for religious reasons. It's encouraging to read how well it has worked with her kids (most of the older o...

  • Jennifer

    There is nothing new here for the classical/CM educator, but it is so very encouraging. And kind. And wise. We cannot underestimate the value of simple encouragement as we live and work as homeschooli...

  • Heidi

    I love the author's heart and perspective, but can't say I got a whole lot out of the book. There are so many resources out there for homeschoolers nowadays that I think authors must try harder to off...

  • Elisabeth

    I couldn’t bring myself to do more than skim this. Soooo much God stuff. Where did I get this recommendation from? I’m sure there are nuggets of wisdom to be mined here but I just couldn’t get t...

  • Abbie

    Some of the "unhurried" principles were good, but... I just could not get around the fact that she doesn't teach her kids any science, history, etc. I mean, I know those subjects will come again and i...

  • Eileen

    I wasn't sure how to rate this. If you're a new homeschooler this is a great book. But for me who has 12 years of homeschooling under my belt, there is nothing here I haven't read before, many, many, ...

  • Katie Ramsey

    Such a fabulous grace-filled look at what homeschooling can look like! A perfect read before we start homeschooling again next year....

  • Mandy J. Hoffman

    I love the concept of this book and appreciate so much of Durenda's personal preferences. However, as much as I respect the ideas presented, in the state where I homeschool the law restricts me from e...