Amazon recently made the Kindle version of Introverted Mom available to read FREE for US Prime members for a limited time! If you want to read or share it, now’s your chance!
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- Why parents, especially new parents, need to nurture their friendships (I was blessed to contribute to this Washington Post article!)
- How to make a decision as a mom
- What if my child never learns to read?
- 7 ways to make spelling logical
- An unschooling success story
- 7 years ago on the blog: What to do with homeschool doubt
Do you still need to choose a reading or spelling curriculum for the upcoming homeschool year? Check out All About Reading and All About Spelling! We are currently on AAR Level 3 and AAS Level 5, and I wouldn’t make a change now for anything!
These programs helped my kids grow in confidence and strength, and my own confidence has grown as I’ve been able to help them learn. Check out my full review of AAR here for more details.
If you and your kids love books, Sonlight’s literature-based curriculum could be the perfect fit to help you fall more in love with your homeschool! We used them in our early years, and have continued to use many of their resources through high school as well.
Now in July is the ideal time to try them out before the new school year officially begins–they will even send you a free read-aloud that’s yours to keep as well as other materials. Head here to request yours!
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