Weekend homeschool links:
- The homeschooling movement on Instagram looks so dreamy, but how realistic is it? (Honored to have been interviewed for this article on Parade.com!)
- Not every homeschooler wants to be an entrepreneur
- Reading aloud to kids who can’t sit still
- How to survive your child’s birthday party as an introvert
- The psychology of homeschooling with a toddler
- This week on Instagram: Sharing my heart about how we long for guarantees as homeschool moms
- 4 years ago on the blog: Get your kids hooked on Shakespeare with 5 easy steps
- A homeschool day in the life with an 18-month-old and 5-, 16-, 17-, and 18-year-olds
Registration for all seven of Great Homeschool Conventions’ 2020 conferences is now open–woot! Don’t miss the Real Mom Tour with my friends Sarah Mackenzie, Pam Barnhill, and Colleen Kessler, as well as Simple Homeschool contributor Shawna Wingert, who will also be speaking!
If plowing through a math or science textbook does not fit your teen’s learning style, look into the interactive classes from My Fun Science.
Each online course is taught live by teachers with a Christian worldview, perfect for homeschool families wanting to outsource your STEM curricula. And right now all Spring 2020 classes are on sale through the end of October!
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