Such a blessing to read The Old Schoolhouse Magazine’s review of Introverted Mom:
“Some people do not understand introversion, but Martin is clearly an introvert who wants other moms to understand that their natural personality is not a flaw or a burden.”
Weekend homeschool links:
- Favorite tools for managing my anxiety
- 10 ways to feel like a better mom in less than 10 minutes
- The best way to store card games and see an increase in play
- In which order should I introduce language arts subjects? (This is helpful, but I think even half of her suggested time would be plenty for elementary-age kiddos!)
- 7 years ago on the blog: Responding to the homeschooling critics
- This week on the Simple Homeschool podcast: Episode 19, The disappearance of childhood and what we can do to get it back
Sonlight’s literature-based curriculum is a book-lover’s dream! Finding their program many years ago convinced me to give homeschooling a try–I couldn’t believe it was possible to teach my kids mainly through stories.
Not only is it possible, but right now Sonlight will send you a free book (yep, that’s yours to keep) so you can get a sense of what their program is like! Request yours here.
We received All About Reading Level 3 in the mail this week, and my son and I can’t wait to get started! We have seen tremendous progress since we switched to their reading and spelling programs, and I’m so grateful.
If you are teaching an older child who struggles with these subjects, or are just looking for a solid program for a younger kiddo, look no further!
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