My Introverted Moms’ Community is open to new members until the end of the weekend! If you’re interested in literary life coaching, habit help, and meeting kindred spirits, you’ll fit in perfectly with our growing tribe.
Here’s what one member recently said:
“Thank you for giving us introverted, sensitive, love to read, homeschooling but need time alone moms a place to feel at home. You “get” me and I’m really grateful to be here.” ~ Mindy
Find out more here–enrollment is open through Sun, March 7th!
Weekend homeschool links:
- Why self-care is important for our children, too
- How to teach prefixes (helpful overview & free printables!)
- How I use my bullet journal for homeschool planning
- 4 tips for weary seasons
- Mastering math facts
- 3 years ago on the blog: How do you do the next right thing?
- This week on the Simple Homeschool podcast: Ep 54, How I taught my kids to clean so I could stop cleaning
Great Homeschool Conventions resume in-person conferences this month! If you’re in or near South Carolina or Missouri, GHC will be in your neighborhood in just a couple of weeks–followed later this year by conferences in CA, TX, FL, and NY!
Many of your favorite homeschooling voices will be speaking, sharing practical advice and encouragement to enable you to love your homeschool more.
Sonlight’s literature-based curriculum goes all the way from preschool to 12th grade and specializes in helping your kids learn and grow through books!
Right now they’ve also created a beautiful Lenten Unit Study for your family to enjoy, combining read-alouds, scripture, discussion, music, and hands-on activities to foster spiritual depth and meaning this time of year.
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