Lesson Plans Ahoy would be a great supplement to anybody who is customizing a curriculum for their children, or even as a supplement to a structured program. I am impressed with its thoroughness, and the index with all the links is very useful.
By Tania Aebi, solo circumnavigator and home schooling parent
It’s amazing! It is difficult to convey in a short review how applicable the lessons are to life aboard a boat… There’s a whole lot more packed in this 267-page book, and I strongly recommend all “boat schooling” families check out this valuable resource! … read more
By Carolyn Corbett for Good Old Boat Magazine (Minnesota, USA)
Lesson Plans Ahoy is designed to make the best use of the environment of kids living on boats… I can’t wait to get back on the boat with my grandson to try some of this. And the lesson plans don’t just work for kids being home-schooled on boats. They would also be fun on a short coastal cruise or even on a seaside summertime vacation.
By Sandy Marsters, in Points East: The Boating Magazine for Coastal New England.
From the director of Potter’s Clay Art Studio in St. Peter’s, Missouri, with 70 homeschooling students.
This new book by Nadine Slavinski is a must read for young families on the go! Whether you are in the house on a cold, rainy day or on an adventure across continents, Ms. Slavinski has a lesson for any occasion. The book is organized into ten units categorized by different school disciplines, making the book handy as both a reference tool and as a basic supplement to any curriculum. …read more
In this thorough, easy-to-use handbook, Nadine Slavinski guides parents to be intentional about their kids’ learning… Slavinski is adept at finding hands-on activities that get kids out into the natural world or plunge them into projects. I can see using this book with my daughter for the next ten years. …read more
… not only does (Slavinski) cover science, math, writing, history, navigation and physical education, each of the ten extensive lessons include age-appropriate adaptations, covering the range of about four- to twelve-year-olds…. all parents who would like to help their children see learning as fun and an inherent aspect of living will get much out of this book. …read more
By Linda Dobson of Parent at the Helm - home schooling advocate, speaker, and author of multiple titles, including The Art of Education: Reclaiming Your Family, Community, and Self