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So honored to find out that THE Cathy Duffy reviewed Give Your Child the World recently!

My favorite excerpts:

“Martin’s love and concern for others shines through in these chapters in a way that I find infectious in the best sense…

Many other books have been written that list recommended children’s books, but Give Your Child the World is particularly apt for today’s more-globally conscious society.”

Read her entire review here…

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Looking for something different for your homeschool this coming year? Take a peek at Oak Meadow!

In our early homeschooling years OM gave a lovely blueprint to our days, offering both gentle structure and flexibility. Their creative, holistic curricula goes from PreK-12th, with an optional distance school to join.

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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: Brown Girl Dreaming, Remember Everything You Read, The Return of the Prodigal Son, Amazon Prime Day deals, take $5 off $15 worth of books, plus plenty of other 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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Can anyone relate: I know kids learn when they can be “hands-on,” but I don’t always love doing experiments WITH them. 😉 That’s why I like that the kits from Home Science Tools let kids explore independently!

HST is also an ideal spot to get any of your needed science supplies for the upcoming school year, and right now you can get free shipping on orders over $75 with code SHIP17C

Are you a fan of Five in a Row? If so make sure you take a peek at Ivy Kids! Both feature unit studies around classic kids’ books, but Ivy Kids SENDS the book & ALL the supplies you’ll need each month.

It’s like PreK/K in a box, with ways to adapt for ages 3-8! Get 20% OFF your 1st kit with code IVY20

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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: Grammar Essentials, dealing with grief, Man’s Search for Meaning, Alchemy of Herbs, 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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Happy 4th of July next week, American friends!

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One of my favorite offerings from Dover Publications is their collection of discovery kits (like the one above!) that combine living books with fun activities.

Current kits cover the Revolutionary War, Abraham Lincoln, baseball, trains, & more–use code WHCL for 25% off their WHOLE store

Did you know how to cook when you left home? I didn’t, but I’m determined my children will.

One of the resources helping me reach that goal is the e-course “Kids Cook Real Food” from my friend Katie of Kitchen Stewardship–my kids loved these video lessons, and I think yours would, too!

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