Daniel H. Pink elaborates on how timing matters in life events, decision-making, efficient learning, leadership, and life in general. The information in this book can be applied to home education as well. For example, since young children are mostly larks (morning people) and teenagers and young adults are owls (night people), as a parent, this helps in navigating scheduling and parenting in general. A highly recommended read.
3 Key Ingredients to Homeschooling a Young Child: PlayPart 1 “I am struck by the fact that the more slowly trees grow at first,...
3 Key Ingredients to Homeschooling a Young Child: EnvironmentPart 2 Environment The right environment can give so much to a developing child. Young children...