Weekend homeschool links

Weekend homeschool links
Brothers on the beach

Weekend homeschool links:


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Time4Learning1

Going through one of those seasons when you need the kids to learn more independently?

I’ve been there before, and the animated lessons/games from Time4Learning.com got us through! It can be used as a complete online curriculum, but we used it as enrichment and it was a perfect fit for the time.

oakmeadow

If you’re new to homeschooling (or if you’ve just never taken a peek), check out Oak Meadow!

In our early years it gave a blueprint for our days, providing both gentle structure & flexibility. Their creative, holistic curricula goes from PreK-12th, with an optional accredited distance school. And right now high school students can find out more via their virtual open house.

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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: 50 Core American Documents, Finding God’s Will for Your Life, Forming Good Lifelong Habits 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

Weekend homeschool links

I can’t get enough of this coloring book (see my newest page above?!), and I’m so happy to have been able to share it with you this week!

So go grab Give Your Child the World for just $7.50 and then download yours here, FREE!

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Christopherus

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

I can truthfully say that their Kindergarten guide saved me from being a stressed out mama back in the day!

Home Science 2

What better way to get kids interested in the STEM fields than with hands-on experiments? (Homemade chocolate anyone?!!)

Home Science Tools has everything you need, all in organized kits! From tech to physics to even forensic science, they’ve got you covered.

For those of you who completed the Read the World Summer Book Club: I’ll be choosing the winners after Labor Day weekend and emailing them next week, so you still have a few days to submit your prize entry forms if needed. And remember: Everyone “wins” the album Tales of Cultures Far and Near by Jim Weiss–enjoy!

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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: French and Paleo for beginners, the 99 Minute Millionaire, Greek Mythology 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

Weekend homeschool links

It was an absolute joy to interview with these inspiring ladies recently and chat about Give Your Child the World!

(Just a heads up that I do discuss the tragedy in Newtown in this podcast, so you might not want to have little ears around.) You can listen here or via iTunes.

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I totally scored in my Stitch Fix this month, even though it slipped my mind to leave instructions for my stylist like I usually do.

I ended up keeping 3 out of 5 items, including a pair of gray pants that fit like they were tailor-made for me, a black dress, & this blue top–I adore the cutouts on the sleeves. If you passed me on the street you’d never know I don’t know how to dress myself. 😉 Highly recommend this service!

rosetta stone

If your kids have tested the waters in a foreign language and are ready to go deeper, Rosetta Stone has a proven track record! But did you know they also have a new recently-released service to help your kids learn to read, too? 

One of the biggest ways their language learning excels is through use of the immersion method, and the number of languages to choose from is unmatched!

Did your family complete our Read the World Book Club challenge this summer? If so, make sure you fill out the prize entry form by the end of next Wednesday, August 31st!

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