Weekend homeschool links

We had a full week of celebrating last week with both my niece’s wedding and my mom’s surprise 70th birthday party in North Carolina!

Weekend homeschool links:

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Are you looking for a holistic, creative curriculum for next year? If you’re drawn to the Waldorf philosophy, take a peek at Christopherus Homeschool Resources.

They offer full packages for Grades 1-5, and supplementary materials for up to 8th. I can truthfully say that their Kindergarten guide saved me from being a stressed out mama back in the day! And anyone who orders a curriculum package before May 31st receives a 90 minute personalized consultation with Christopherus founder, Donna Simmons!

We just had another incredible experience with AirBnB – Last week we were in NC for a wedding, & we rented this entire house close to my family for far less than a hotel room!

It’s definitely worth checking out, & if you use my link here you’ll get $40 toward your first stay! 

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