Many parents are excited to share the ideas in the Tuttle Twins books with their children, but feel unprepared to do so. To help, we are now offering parent guides!
These downloadable PDF guides correspond with each children’s book, providing insightful information about the original book we based ours on, explanations about common misconceptions, suggested answers to the discussion questions in each book, and more.
This combo set includes each of the PDF parent guides that correspond with our children’s book series.
“Good for adults. This book is best as a pro-homeschooling polemic for adults. I would hesitate to give it to a child stuck in a traditional school but would prefer a book on how to cope with the school while still exploring the child’s own interests. And there are things that everybody should know. The schools no longer generally do a good job of teaching these things but neither would a self-directed home school child (obsessed for example with math and science) necessarily learn such rudimentary things as how to distinguish a sentence from a sentence fragment, how the USA has three branches of government, or how George Washington came before Abraham Lincoln. So, while I heartily support self-directed learning, I think a little home school time should be spent making sure that kids know the rudimentary basics in all the main areas.”
“How do we teach our children what freedom actually means? How can we introduce hard topics such as property rights, free-thinking, federal reserve, inflation, socialism etc to our young children? These books from @tuttle_twins make this task so much easier!
Each book in this series focuses on a different aspect of the principles of a free society: free markets, competition, individual rights, personal responsibility, protectionism, and a variety of other issues—all boiled down to core concepts that children of different ages can easily grasp.
It’s even a great refresher for adults!”