Weekend homeschool links:
- When your 10-year-old can’t read
- Picture books for bookworms
- Texas teacher defends her no-homework policy
- Homeschooling twice exceptional kids
- Why I won’t buy a Fitbit
- To laugh at w/ your kids: Kid Snippets: Art Class
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!
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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