Weekend homeschool links




Christmas Cookie Bar Graph = Learning at its tastiest!

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How to homeschool through the holidays (without going crazy)

Written by Melissa Camara Wilkins There’s a question that comes up for me every holiday season. It’s one of those important philosophical questions, right up there with, “What is the meaning of life?” and “Who moved my cheese?” It’s this: How, … [Continue reading]

FREE BOOKS! Today’s best Kindle freebies for your family

Some great finds in today's post: I've got you covered for Christmas with inspiring free holiday stories, recipes & crafts, gluten free desserts, plus several more titles--click through to download! All of the resources below were available free … [Continue reading]

How habits can help homeschooling this season

How habits can help homeschooling during the holidays

Written by Kari Patterson of Sacred Mundane There's a one-word banner I'm waving these days: Habits.  The word probably doesn't kindle a fire of passion or enthusiasm in your soul. Yet. Though you may not come alive when you hear the … [Continue reading]

Weekend homeschool links

It's official: The tree's been chosen and the Christmas books are out! Weekend homeschool links: A simpler holiday: How to enjoy the holidays, not just endure them Advent calendar for book lovers Art study: Our favorite resources! A … [Continue reading]