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Little Passports sale – 15% off through Tuesday

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Little Passports Sale

Many of you have mentioned to me that you’ve enjoyed adding Little Passports to your homeschool curriculum, and we’ve felt the same way!

Each month we “visit” a new country via the package that arrives in our mailbox (including souvenirs, letters, worksheets, and postcards)–we also travel around the states with their USA subscription, too.

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If you’ve been considering it for the upcoming school year, now would be a good time to sign up. Through tomorrow (June 16th), you can receive 15% off new subscriptions – just use the code SUMMER15 at checkout.
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Weekend homeschool links

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Taking in all the sights of London as a family this week–what a privilege!

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Weekend homeschool links

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Happily writing to you from London this week! Today’s itinerary for our family: A Double-decker bus ride around the city and a tour of the Tower of London!! 

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Helping your kids fall in love with books–and the world

Helping your kids fall in love with books--and the world
Written by Jamie Martin of Simple Homeschool and Steady Mom

Women sometimes do crazy things when we’re pregnant, wouldn’t you agree?

Between cravings and hormones, our behavior can get a little unpredictable.

Over ten years ago, soon after I found out I was pregnant for the first time, I drove 45 MINUTES just to get to the nearest bookstore. (Steve and I lived in lovely middle of nowhere, Texas back then.)

I happily went in, baby Jonathan in utero, and bought Honey for a Child’s Heart: The Imaginative Use of Books in Family Life by Gladys Hunt. It’s a fabulous title I’ve talked and written about dozens of times since then.

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With lists recommending everything from starter board books to the best chapter books, I was in heaven reading its pages. I highlighted, underlined, and built up a little home library of children’s classics before I ever headed into the delivery room to bring that baby boy home.

I couldn’t wait to help my new little one fall in love with books.
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Weekend homeschool links

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