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Have you gotten your copy of Aimee’s book yet? It’s so beautiful I can’t bear to put it away on the shelf yet!
Enjoy this week’s homeschool links:
- Setting up a daily card, a someday/maybe list and generally finding my groove :: From contributor Sarah Mackenzie of Amongst Lovely Things
- 100 best children’s books of all time :: Best Choice Reviews
- Working and letting go (a podcast) :: Ed Snapshots
- Weaving the immersion thread — cooking challenges :: Immersion Learning
- Advice to homeschooling parents from homeschooled kids :: Weird Unsocialized Homeschoolers
My recommendations this week:
Mary Ostyn has homeschooled ten kids for 20 years, so she’s got a little something to say!
If your homeschooling days are feeling frazzled, download her new e-book, which includes curricula recommendations, free resources and more: “Practical Homeschooling for Real-World Families.”
I splurged on an early birthday gift to myself! (My big day is on Sunday.)
This gorgeous volume (it’s like a cloth hardcover) is going to look so pretty on my shelf of classics.
If you have girls (or boys!) who are into science, you’ll want to add these two seasons of SciGirls to your watch list!
FREE via Amazon prime and ideal for the 6 and up age range.
Featured sponsors this week:
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Dover Publications produces tons of cool resources for homeschooling families – history books, puzzles/mazes, thrift editions of classics, cool sticker books (My kids have loved those over the years!).
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“[Homeschooling]…recipe for genius: More of family and less of school, more of parents and less of peers, more creative freedom and less formal lessons.” ~ Raymond S. Moore