Carschooling: Over 350 Entertaining Games & Activities to Turn Travel Time Into Learning Time

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Crown Publishing Group, 2002 - Family & Relationships - 350 pages
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Turn Your Kids into "Road Scholars"
Your children's education and future are two of your primary concerns. Combine that with the fact that you spend loads of time in the car with them going from here to there, and your family is perfect for carschooling!
Carschooling is all about turning travel time into learning time. Created especially for kids ages 4 to 7, inside there's something fun for everyone with games, group activities, suggested resources and audiobooks, journaling ideas, and more. Kids will love the countless road-worthy games, such as:
·Dashboard Decimal Drills and Rock 'n' Roll Multiplication Tables
·Eighteen-Wheeler Chemistry, Windshield Entomology, and Road-Cut Geology
·Drive-By History and Glove Compartment Geography
·Rest Stop Olympics and Car Seat Calisthenics
·And many other fun and educational activities!
This crafty brain-building book transforms your family's same ol' road trips into journeys down the information superhighway. Going for a spin will never be the same!
"You'll be staggered by the ingenuity and imagination captured in these pages. What a brain bath!" — John Taylor Gatto, author of Dumbing Us Down and The Underground History of American Education
"A veritable roadmap for learning from one of the country's learning experts." — Heather Frederick, publisher, Audio Bookshelf
"Fun, educational, and takes the whine out of drive time." — Rebecca Kochenderfer, senior editor and cofounder of and coauthor of Homeschooling for Success

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Diane Flynn Keith is a columnist for the homeschooling publications Homefires Journal and The Link and an adviser for For information on Carschooling workshops, visit Ms. Keith lives with her family in Redwood City, California.

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