Weekend homeschool links

Strawberry picking at our favorite farm–the same one we’ve been going to for nearly a decade!

Weekend homeschool links:

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These popular ‬‬‬programs provide “open and go” lesson plans that are multi-sensory & based on the Orton-Gillingham approach, a method that has transformed language arts for many homeschool families.It’s not too early to put the dates for 2018’s Great Homeschool Conventions on your calendar! I’ve been to several homeschool conferences, & this one remains my fav.

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