With some schools not going back in person, many people have reached out to ask about homeschooling resources, particularly homeschool curriculums. And to be honest I’m reluctant to give too many suggestions. For me, if I was homeschooling my children in a Montessori way, it would be more focused on discovery, following my child’s interests, including them in daily life, growing vegetables, exploring in nature, walking around the block, helping in the community, and getting to museums and galleries (as much as COVID allows).
Here are some of my suggestions:
- Trillium Montessori 3-6 Homeschooling
- Trillium Montessori 6-12 Homeschooling
- For toddlers, can I self-promote and suggest all you need is The Montessori Toddler book?
- Susan Stephenson (one of the most experienced Montessori teachers) has just released a new book Montessori Homeschooling: One Family’s Story
- Eloise Rickman’s Extraordinary Parenting has some wonderful guidance on how she homeschools her daughter Frida by going slow and creating a beautiful childhood for her
- And my friends Yuliya and Katherine are hosting a Homeschooling Summit if you read this around September or October 2020. It’s a week long of amazing speakers about homeschooling in these times. I had a sneak peek and it will be super useful. More details here.
- Otherwise my go to resources for homeschooling are: