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

FREE BOOKS! Today's best KindleAmazon freebies for your family

In today’s post: Insta Pot recipes, George Washington in an hour, Harriet Tubman for kids, and several more titles! Click through to download. 

All of the resources below were available free or on offer at the time this post was put together, but keep in mind that Amazon freebies/deals change rapidly, so don’t wait to download those that interest you. I’d also recommend double-checking that the price hasn’t changed before clicking to order!

Also, a disclaimer: I’ve done my best to choose titles I think my readers would enjoy, but I haven’t read all of the books listed below. Please preview to determine what’s appropriate for you and yours. Have fun!
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Weekend homeschool links

Don’t you ever get tired of the outdated stereotypes that exist about homeschoolers? Here is our chance to help change them:

My friend Jimmie has put together the Smashing Stereotypes Homeschool Survey–its goal is to update the research and statistics about the homeschooling community! Will you please consider filling it out?

It takes about 30 minutes to complete, and every person who finishes receives over $100 in subscriptions to sites like Atelier Art, Dawn Sign Press, Words That Matter, Field Trip Zoom, and Homeschool Planet–plus one respondent will win $1,000!

Start the survey here.

The fine print: The survey is open to adults (18 and older) who reside in USA (or military base) except RI and D.C. You must be currently homeschooling at least one child to participate.

Weekend homeschool links:

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Elijah used Reading Eggs a few years ago, and it was another great step toward his reading fluency – plus it was fun!

We checked it out first by signing up for their free trial, and you can, too! 4 weeks FREE with no credit card required.

Steve and I don’t plan to stay in a regular hotel again if we can help it, now that we’ve had such a wonderful experience with AirBnB.

We celebrated his 40th birthday in the Caribbean last month and had an incredible, private apartment to ourselves–all for less per night than a hotel room. If you haven’t given Airbnb a try yet, check it out here & get a $40 credit when you take your first trip anywhere, near or far!

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

FREE BOOKS! Today's best KindleAmazon freebies for your family

In today’s post: HTML for Beginners, the Complete Works of Charles Dickens, something for the Jane Austen fans among us, and several more titles! Click through to download. 

All of the resources below were available free or on offer at the time this post was put together, but keep in mind that Amazon freebies/deals change rapidly, so don’t wait to download those that interest you. I’d also recommend double-checking that the price hasn’t changed before clicking to order!

Also, a disclaimer: I’ve done my best to choose titles I think my readers would enjoy, but I haven’t read all of the books listed below. Please preview to determine what’s appropriate for you and yours. Have fun!
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Weekend homeschool links

We had the best kickoff to our Heal the World Book Club earlier this week. My heart did a happy, bubbly dance when Newbery Medal winner Sharon Creech, author of our first book club pick The Unfinished Angel, sent a personal message to our club participants!

Since the month has only just begun there’s still time for you to join and see for yourself all we have planned to inspire yours this winter: videos, a mentoring guide, weekly Instagram challenges, a theme song–oh, I love sharing good books! Details and free registration here.

Weekend homeschool links:

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With a subscription to This Week in Historyeach day’s resources are an adventure in math, science, language, geography, current events, and so on – all tied to events in history!

It’s a daily resource that brings your homeschool to life, put together by the lovely folks at Thomas Jefferson Education, a time saver and worry eliminator that makes it simple to “inspire, not require.” Check out a sample week here.

The downloadable science mini-courses from Be Naturally Curious are super-inexpensive, created by professional scientists/passionate nature lovers, & ideal for K-5th graders!

Each course (14 to choose from) teaches concepts through stories, crafts, games, movement-based activities, and experiments.

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

FREE BOOKS! Today's best KindleAmazon freebies for your family

In today’s post: free books on Kindle AND audio!, fairy tales, the Highly Sensitive Person, and several more titles! Click through to download. 

All of the resources below were available free or on offer at the time this post was put together, but keep in mind that Amazon freebies/deals change rapidly, so don’t wait to download those that interest you. I’d also recommend double-checking that the price hasn’t changed before clicking to order!

Also, a disclaimer: I’ve done my best to choose titles I think my readers would enjoy, but I haven’t read all of the books listed below. Please preview to determine what’s appropriate for you and yours. Have fun!
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