Still reliving fun moments from last weekend’s homeschool convention! One highlight was finally getting to meet in real life (& speak on a panel with!) blogging friends
Sarah Mackenzie, Pam Barnhill, and Colleen Kessler – such inspiring ladies.
Weekend homeschool links:
- This is what it means to belong
- 5 lists that will make your homeschool day better
- What is the Orton-Gilllingham approach to reading and spelling? (A helpful companion to my personal review post earlier in the week!)
- Why dividing us by age in school doesn’t make sense
- The constant stress and pressure of special needs moms
- 5 years ago on the blog: Teaching kids to bake, the results (Wow, so long ago!)
- Fave social media of the week (Look where I got to go this week, who I got to hang out with, and what I bought when I was there! And no, we didn’t get struck by lightning.)
As you consider materials for a new homeschool year, don’t forget to peek at Think Outside Boxes! This one-year outdoor curriculum for ages 7+, delivered to your mailbox each month, follows the seasons as it guides your children in meaningful learning!
I had a reader ask me about it at the convention last weekend, and my 14-year-old son jumped in to rave about the quality of their materials. So fun, and through 8/31 you can use the code “SIMPLE10” for $10 off your first box!
If you need to add an easy reading curriculum to your homeschool this year, Reading Eggs is definitely the way to go! While your child plays, they will also learn reading basics, all the while leaving your hands free to work/teach elsewhere = a win/win!
Try it out with their four week free trial to see how your child likes it and how much they learn!
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