Weekend homeschool links

Weekend homeschool links:

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It’s not too early to start making plans for 2018’s Great Homeschool Conventions, to be held in SC, TX, OH, CA, & MO! I’ve been to several homeschool conferences, & this one remains my fav.

See the incredible list of speakers, sign up for early bird treats, & get all the details right here!

Think of Learnwell Home Education Collective as “online school meets homeschool co-op.”

You’re still the homeschool teacher, but you have plenty of help and support in an online community you trust! It’s perfect for those who want to merge high quality education with margin and less stress.

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4 sure-fire ways to squash your child’s love of learning

4 sure-fire ways to squash your child's love of learning

Written by Kris Bales of Weird, Unsocialized Homeschoolers We've all heard that children have an innate sense of curiosity and a love of learning. I don't think any of us intentionally set out to squash either. Sometimes we do it, though. We … [Continue reading]

5 ways homeschooling kept me from rebelling

5 ways homeschooling kept me from rebelling

Written by Rebecca Lindenbach of Life as a Dare. Many people think teenage rebellion is inevitable. I say it’s not. I never rebelled. I recently wrote a book, Why I Didn’t Rebel, where I delved into interviews and research to figure out what … [Continue reading]

Weekend homeschool links

Weekend homeschool links: Don't finish what you start Fun math fact coloring pages Picture books for Thanksgiving (make your library list now and request these before they're all checked out in a couple of weeks!) Research finds the … [Continue reading]

In celebration of the slow learner

In celebration of the slow learner

Written by Shawna Wingert of Not the Former Things I remember exactly when I first heard the term "slow learner." I was in the third grade, and my desk was next to a sweet boy with freckles and blue eyes. In class, I diligently filled out … [Continue reading]