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Guess what, frustrated Facebook users?
Hallelujah, the powers that be over at FB are finally giving you a bit of control over their mysterious algorithm, to make sure you can actually see the pages that you care most about!
Here’s how to do so:
- Head to Simple Homeschool’s Facebook page (or other favorite page)
- Hover over the “Liked” section. Then click “See First.” That’s it!
- Here’s a screenshot:
Did you know I post tons of time-sensitive Kindle ebook freebies, educational Amazon Prime video, links to new (& archived posts), posts from other blogs that relate to education, and book recommendations on my Facebook page?
It’s a pretty helpful resource, and I’m happy that those of you who want to can finally make sure you don’t miss a thing!
Enjoy this week’s homeschool links:
- Why you need to press pause :: From contributor Melissa Camara Wilkins
- Life hacks for the autism mom :: Not the Former Things
- Kids of helicopter parents are sputtering out :: Slate
- Summer break homeschool science experiments :: Homeschool.com
- Teaching kids to heal others :: Raising Lifelong Learners
What we’re reading this week:
- Jamie, Age 39:
- Trishna, Age 12:
- Jonathan & Elijah, Age 10:
Featured sponsors this week:
Dover Publications recently partnered with Education.com to put out a series of learning workbooks for grades K-5 on topics ranging from nature/seasons to math, writing to history.
And they are offering a whopping 25% off with the code WHAY at checkout!
Educents is one of the BEST places to get deals on homeschooling curricula for the upcoming year, like Life of Fred, Magic School Bus, lap books, handwriting programs, even musical instruments!
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“Education is the ability to listen to almost anything without losing your temper or your self-confidence.” ~ Robert Frost