After reading the book “Creative Home Schooling – A Resource Guide for Smart Families” by Lisa Rivero, I learned a great deal about homeschooling an inquisitive, intelligent child.  There are so many resources available out there. I am grateful that Ms. Rivero has put them all together for families new to this wonderful experience of educating our own. I shall gradually share some of the resources and other tips I learned. For now, I am including a summary of the words that stimulate higher-thinking (I added a few of my own.) I certainly want my child to use his sharp mind to stretch far beyond just memorization -and even understanding- of facts and rules. Having this handy list will surely prove helpful when going over our daily learning adventure:

Analysis

  • Investigate
  • Classify
  • Categorize
  • Compare
  • Contrast
  • Solve
  • Explore
  • Review

Evaluation

  • Judge
  • Evaluate
  • Give opinion
  • Viewpoint
  • Prioritize
  • Recommend
  • Critique
  • Rate

Synthesis

  • Compose
  • Design
  • Invent
  • Create
  • Hypothesize
  • Construct
  • Forecast
  • Rearrange parts
  • Imagine


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