Weekend homeschool links:
- 3 stupid-simple summer sanity savers for homeschool moms
- A beginner’s guide to the Penderwicks chapter books
- The surprising benefits of homeschooling children with special needs
- Traveling overseas in a global pandemic
- Are you drinking “too much” coffee, or just making space for self-care?
- 4 years ago on the blog: 5 ways to increase your child’s love of learning by the end of the day
- Favorite IG from the week: My sweet girl turned 17!
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