Fellow Simple Homeschoolers, I’ve mentioned in this space again and again over the years that helping my kids learn to cook was one of THE best things I did when they were younger, as it exponentially lightened my load as time went by!
Because I’m so passionate about this topic, I’ve teamed up with my friend Katie Kimball, teacher and mom of four, to create a (free!) live event next week to get you extra help in the kitchen, too!
It will take place on Tuesday, October 13th at 1PM EDT (10AM PDT), and you can learn more and register by clicking here. (affiliate link)
Note: If that time doesn’t work for you, there WILL be a replay for those who sign up. I’d love to see you there if it might be a blessing!
Weekend homeschool links:
- Is it helping or is it numbing?
- Easy, free create-your-own schedule planner
- Finding time for morning time
- Create your own salt trays to help kids with their writing
- Exasperated, perplexed, but not in despair
- 5 years ago on the blog: 5 high school truths I wish I’d known
- This week on the Simple Homeschool podcast: Ep 39, THIS is the most important part of your homeschool day
I’ve found that each time I mention Ivy Kids, I’m sure to hear from its die-hard fans! These unit studies are based on kids’ books, and each month you receive the book and ALL the needed supplies sent straight to you.
It’s like PreK/K in a box, with ways to adapt for ages 3-8. Get 20% OFF your 1st kit with code IVY20 to try it out!
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