Weekend homeschool links:
- How to control your anger when homeschooling gets hard
- If you only knew the amazing things your child could do without school
- Create a Christmas book advent calendar (w/ printable tags; a fun tradition!)
- Do not mistake inaction for boredom
- 31 free personal finance homeschool resources
- To make you smile: The love of a man for his turkey(s)
- Ha: What people say when they find out you homeschool
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