Educating the WholeHearted Child Book Club – Week 11

It is week 11 of the Hip Homeschool Moms Book Club. This week is the second week of discussions about wholehearted learning methods. More specifically, this week’s chapter has to do with the study of the basics: reading, writing, and arithmetic.

If you haven’t been participating in the Book Club, you’ll just need to pick up a copy of the book here and start reading. To join in the discussions, you’ll need to be a part of the Hip Homeschool Moms Online Book Club on Facebook.


If you’d like a copy of the bookmark that the folks at Apologia created for us, you can get that by clicking here. That link will take you to both the color and black & white bookmarks. I like to keep one in my book and one out where I can see it to remind me to do my reading (and to create each week’s study guide)!

You may want the Study Guide for Chapter 11 this week. It’s free for anyone who’s participating in the book club. (Please help us out by not sharing the study guide or the study guide link. If you know someone who wants the study guide, please direct her to this post–where she can download her own. Thank you!)

If you missed any of the previous weeks, you can get the study guides for those weeks by using the links below:

EWHC Book Club Week 1 

EWHC Book Club Week 2 

EWHC Book Club Week 3

EWHC Book Club Week 4

EWHC Book Club Week 5

EWHC Book Club Week 6

EWHC Book Club Week 7

EWHC Book Club Week 8

EWHC Book Club Week 9 

EWHC Book Club Week 10

Each day, Trish will post in the HHM Facebook Online Book Club where that day’s discussion will be held. This week, Monday, April 6, through Saturday, April 11, we will be discussing chapter 11. You can post your own comments, observations, or questions in that thread each day.

Even if you can’t join in the discussion, you may still want to get your own copy of the book, Educating the WholeHearted Child, just because it’s such a wonderful resource for Christian homeschooling families! (We will do more Book Club books–both secular and Christian–in the future, so if the current selection doesn’t fit your needs, you’ll want to be sure to watch for the next one that will be announced some time in May.) And of course you are welcome to visit the posts from weeks 1-10 (listed above) in order to download your own study guides for each of those weeks.

Also, in case you don’t know about it, we also have a Hip Homeschool Moms Facebook Community that is a private community for homeschooling moms. Just click this link to ask to join.

We hope you enjoy the reading and discussion of chapter 11 this week!

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  1. Did you finish this book club? I can’t find it on facebook. I would like to have the remainder of the study guides…

    1. Hi Morgan! We just went through week 11. We’ve considered completing the study guides, but we haven’t done so yet. Most of the moms who were doing the book club with us responded that they weren’t able to keep up with the study guides, so we discontinued writing and using them. I’ve considered finishing them, so thank you for reminding me to work on that!

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