How to Work and Homeschool with Pamela Price

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Global #gtchat welcomed the newest author from Gifted Homeschoolers Forum, Pamela Price, to chat about her new book ~ How to Work and Homeschool: Practical Advice, Tips and Strategies from Parents; the latest in the Perspectives in Homeschooling Series from GHF Press. A  full transcript is available here.

By way of introduction, Pamela explained that she is a working, homeschool mom of one from near San Antonio, TX. Her son’s severe peanut allergy was the initial reason for her decision to homeschool. Soon thereafter, she learned about GHF which helped her to understand that she had made the right decision.

Pamela Price

Pamela told us that one thing she  hoped came through the book is the diversity of the growing homeschool movement. Another point she tried to make was that it is possible for single parents to work an homeschool as well. Much of her content was drawn from readers of her blog, Red, White and Grew.

How to Work and Homeschool is certainly an important resource for homeschoolers and a great addition to the GHF library!

You can follow Pamela and Gifted Homeschoolers Forum on Twitter.

Links:

GHF Press

How to Work and Homeschool (Amazon)

How to Work and Homeschool (book excerpt)

Red, White & Grew’ Pamela Price’s blog

About Pamela Price

How to Work & Homeschool ~ website

Pamela Price on Pinterest

How to Work and Homeschool (Facebook)

From @GiftedHF Homeschooling Resources

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Posted on July 24, 2013, in gifted and talented, gifted education, Homeschooling and tagged , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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