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About Jamie Martin

Jamie is a mama to three cute kids born on three different continents. She serves as editor of Simple Homeschool, and blogs about mindful parenting at Steady Mom. Jamie is also the author of two books: Steady Days and Mindset for Moms.

The most inspiring resources for your 2015-2016 homeschool year

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Written by Jamie Martin of Simple Homeschool and Steady Mom

This week I’m happy to be a contributing author to the 4th annual iHomeschool network ebook bundle sale–it’s a collection of over 100 homeschooling resources (a $754 value) that you can purchase at over 95% off – for only $25.

As one of the contributing authors to this year’s omnibus, I’ve had my bundle for a few weeks already (lucky me!), so I’ve been able to go through it and find the books and lectures I’m most interested in this year.

I know 100 homeschooling resources may seem a tad excessive, so it’s worth mentioning how I avoid ebook overwhelm.

Here’s what I did:

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First, I printed off a list of all the books in the bundle (you can do the same with this post below, or check out this gorgeous online catalog that lists them all!)

I went through it with paper and pen, making notes of the titles that sounded like they might be helpful and/or inspiring during our upcoming year.

With this year’s package, I had a list of 17 resources when I finished, which is only a small fraction of the entire bundle.

Yet the value of those 17 resources is still $175, making the whole bundle a steal of a deal at only $25!
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Inspiring homeschool links

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Inspiring homeschool links

Enjoy this week’s homeschool links:

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Homeschooling an angry child: The hardest part of Jamie’s homeschool year

Homeschooling an angry child The hardest part of Jamie's homeschool year
Written by Jamie Martin of Simple Homeschool and Steady Mom, with the permission of my angry child, who “hopes this story will help others”

The whining starts before breakfast. It rapidly escalates to full-blown screaming, and we never know how long it will last.

Maybe ten minutes, twenty, or thirty. Maybe one hour.

On our worst days, maybe two.

When it’s over, the heartfelt remorse finally kicks in:

“Sorry, Mommy.”

The hardest part of my homeschool year

Then it’s damage control and recovery time:

How many things have been thrown and need to be cleaned up? Is anything broken? Our nervous systems now shot (especially my highly sensitive one), we may or may not continue with our learning rhythm for the day. It depends on whether or not we can pick up the pieces–literally and emotionally.

“Hi, my name is Jamie, and I homeschool a child with anger issues.”
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Inspiring homeschool links

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Inspiring homeschool links

Just another quick reminder that if you want to make sure you see my status updates on Facebook, now you can!

Here’s how to do so:

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Did you know I post tons of time-sensitive Kindle ebook freebies, educational Amazon Prime video, links to new (& archived posts), posts from other blogs that relate to education, and book recommendations on my Facebook page?

It’s a pretty helpful resource, and I’m happy that those of you who want to can finally make sure you don’t miss a thing!

Enjoy this week’s homeschool links:

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Giveaway: $100 K-5 Science package from Be Naturally Curious

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Welcome to this week’s giveaway–sponsored by Be Naturally Curious!

From Valerie at Be Naturally Curious:

“I am a mom to two energetic and inquisitive young girls and also happen to be a former college Biology professor.

One of my greatest passions in life is to help ALL kids experience the joy in learning science and exploring nature!

I believe this is best done by focusing on concepts and reinforcing learning with multiple, non-traditional teaching techniques, which is why I started Be Naturally Curious, creating science and nature mini-courses for kids grades K-5.

I love to share and discuss ideas about science and learning on our Facebook page —please come connect with us!
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