By Julianna Dotten
One of the great benefits of homeschooling is the daily opportunities we have to teach our children the practical skills of life. After all, your son’s future boss won’t care if he can factor polynomials if he doesn’t know basic time-management skills. To help along the journey, I’ve included a list of six practical books that will help your high schoolers prepare for life.
What’s Best Next by Matt Perman
Time management is one of those essentials skills necessary for life. But we have to go further than just schedules and lists. After all, we’re not being effective if we’re tackling the wrong lists — or the wrong life. Matt Perman’s grasp of both secular productivity concepts and biblical theology leaves readers challenged with vocational direction and practical tips. This book is a must-read for every high school student. Check out the book here. Read More …