Weekend homeschool links:
- How to balance multiple age levels effectively
- Ready to move beyond standardized tests? MIT researchers think so.
- How to build your child’s vocabulary (with printable stories/activities)
- Can we please stop using “just-in-case” as a rationale for teaching useless skills?
- How homeschooling is ruining your differently-wired kiddos
- To share with your kids: Secrets of the Lego Factory
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My son and I have been using their black & white curriculum for several months, and I’ve been so impressed with it–but I can’t wait to start this one. I love how their program walks you through how to teach reading step-by-step, & the early stories they start kids off with are some of the best I’ve seen!
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