- The Classical Approach
- The Principle Approach
- Living Books & Life Experiences Approach
- Unit Study
- Delayed Academics
- and the Learning Styles Approach
For example :
(Learning Styles) I took time to observe and experiment so that I could better find out the Learning Styles that my individual kids had. I tried to teach them in the way they learned best and at the same time, give them opportunities to grow in the areas they were weak in.
(Delayed Academics) I waited as long as legally possible to begin their formal education and then was careful to pay attention to what they were and were not ready for and teaching accordingly.
(Living Books and Life Experiences) We have tried to raise and teach them in a positive and loving environment surrounded with books on a wide range of topic. We've also included them in nearly all we've done so they've been involved in real-life situations on a regular basis.
(The Principle Approach) We've made it a vital part of their education to understand that this nation was based on Judeo-Christian values and to instill those values as well as introduce our children to their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.