Ginny's Books are based on her experience as a wife, mother, and grandmother, and her more than twenty years of experience as a Catholic homeschooling mother. Ginny affirms with humor and good sense that homeschool children have teachers who love them more than anything in the world. After all, what could be better than to learn life skills at Mom's knees!
The Modern Catholic Parent's Guide to Homeschooling: Why You Should and How You Can Your Children can play and learn in a way that respects the natural stages of their development. Decades of experience show that home education leads to better academic, social, and emotional outcomes for children. Is it time to bring your children home?
Here's why you should - and how you can. Copyright 2017. Softcover. 80 pages.
Your Children Can Change The World: It’s no surprise that leading scientists are alumni of Virginia’s Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, or that famous performers graduated from New York’s Julliard. So, we shouldn't be surprised that so many American leaders in business and government hail from Philips Exeter Academy, or St. Alban's, or Groton School. These schools are focused on creating the next generation of national leaders, and they do it very well. Award winning teacher John Taylor Gatto studied these schools and distilled fourteen principles they use to accomplish this goal. In this book, Ginny Seuffert shows how Catholic homeschoolers can apply these principles in their own families.
The next generation of leaders in American society is being trained now—at Exeter, at St. Alban's, at Groton. And maybe at your kitchen table.
Ginny's Gems: Home Management Essentials - Popular speaker at Home School conferences, and home schooling mother of 12 children, Mrs. Virginia "Ginny" Seuffert , offers a straightforward, practical guide to managing your home and family life amidst the exciting challenges of home schooling your children. Ginny delivers her practical advice in her natural no-nonsense, commonsense, and humorous manner. This great book is intentionally short so that every busy home schooling mother can benefit from reading it. Turn the messiest, unorganized house into a tidy, cheerful home! Possess the plan to keep the chaos under control while bringing a peaceful way of life to your household! Copyright 2010. Soft cover. 50 pages.
Ginny's Gems: 10 Essentials for Teaching Your Preschooler at Home - Study after study shows that homeschooled children receive an all-around better education. The one-on-one relationship between the starter student and the teaching parent leads to astonishing academic progress.
In this little book with big advice you will find sections on 'Essential Toddler Do’s and Don’ts', 'How to Stimulate Your Child’s Unlimited Potential', 'Looking Ahead to Kindergarten and Beyond', 'How to Overcome Objections from Friends and Family', and much more.
Ginny affirms with humor and good sense that homeschooled children have teachers who love them more than anything in the world. Her practical counsel will help your homeschooled children forge strong ties with parents, siblings, and other family members. After all, what could be better than to learn life skills at mom’s knees!
Ginny’s Gems: Teaching Your Preschool Child at Home is based on Ginny’s experience as a wife of over forty years, a mother of twelve children, and a grandmother of sixteen. Most of all, this book is based on her more than twenty years of experience as a Catholic homeschooling mother. Softcover. 60 pages.
It Doesn't Have To Be This Way - For years parents have listened to author, lecturer, and homeschool veteran, Ginny Seuffert pound home the notion that clear, confident, and consistent parenting is the key to successful homeschooling. Often parents would tell her, “I just wish I could bring you home with me. My kids just don’t want to listen or obey.” Now you can bring Ginny Seuffert to your home. This little book is short, sweet, and to the point. It is chock-full of practical, commonsense advice that has worked successfully for generations of parents. Ginny’s experience as a mother of 12 and grandmother of 18 shines through topics including: how to call a truce in the mealtime and bedtime wars, good manners, proper church behavior, building a responsible and industrious work ethic, avoiding overindulgence, and much more. Copyright 2013. Softcover. 62 pages.