Have you registered for our new Summer Book Club yet?!
It’s my Read the World club with a new, fresh twist, and whether you are an introvert OR an extrovert, I know it’s going to be so much fun for you and yours. Check out all the details and sign up here!
And if you’ve been on the fence about ordering Introverted Mom, this recent Amazon review meant so much and might help you decide:
“I was skeptical about one more parenting book, but this book surprised me and met me right where I was. It’s not a parenting book for my kids. It’s a parenting book for me. Like reading my own autobiography, I identified with everything about Jamie, and I am so thankful she decided to share it, because people with these qualities roam about life in their inner thought world thinking no human will ever understand them the way they want to be understood.”
So blessed by that! Also, nearly 14,000 people have read my Today Parenting article in a week and a half, which makes me think it’s resonating! It would be such a help if you could continue to “vote it up” and help it reach even more mamas. Just look for buttons at top of post – thank you!
Weekend homeschool links:
- How do you do it all? 4 tricks that help.
- The introverted mom (It was such an honor to do this interview with Sophia Dembling at Psychology Today!)
- Best foods to eat before standardized tests (Helpful for homeschoolers, too!)
- What it’s really like when your child isn’t at grade level (So much yes to this.)
- How making connections helps your child’s memory (Fascinating!)
- The introverted homeschool mom (A fun podcast interview with Pam Barnhill)
Looking for a fun way to continue learning during summer break? Take a peek at the downloadable mini-courses from Be Naturally Curious!
Each course teaches concepts through stories, making and building, movement, games, experiments, and outdoor exploration. Ideal for grades K-5, they are also beautifully inexpensive!
All About Reading and All About Spelling have been a game changer for our homeschool this year, in the midst of a season when I found that we’ve needed a bit more structure.
I appreciate the scripted lessons that help me feel as though I’m covering concepts in the best order. And I have been impressed with the way my son, who has struggled for years with reading, gets enough review to retain important concepts.
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