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I‘ve been telling the kids that the book is my new baby and their little sister, so on launch day we did a short “newborn photo session” to prove it. (I know, imagine what my sweet family have to put up with. Note the perplexed faces on the poor children staring at the new addition to the family, LOL.)
Speaking of launch day, folks, oh my. What a gift I’ll treasure forever!
Thanks to all your enthusiasm and support, Give Your Child the World ended up in the Top 100 of ALL books sold, made it onto Amazon’s Movers and Shakers list, and reached #1 in all its categories. I felt like the internet was giving me a big hug all day–so, so grateful.
Weekend homeschool links:
- So you’ve decided to homeschool
- What makes Berlin a playground paradise
- What makes a homeschool success story?
- DIY science camp
- To share w/ kids: Watch this candy being made!
What we’re reading this week:
Let me introduce you to a new favorite resource: Around the World Stories! (Anyone who knows me at all will NOT be surprised to hear my enthusiasm.)
These are original audio stories with the unique intent of helping children discover & learn about the world–brilliant, right? Check it out with a whole month of stories FREE!
Are you looking for a holistic, creative curriculum for next year? If you’re drawn to the Waldorf philosophy, make sure you take a peek at Christopherus Homeschool Resources.
I can truthfully say that their Kindergarten guide saved me from being a stressed out mama back in the day!
“Once upon a time, all children were homeschooled. They were not sent away from home each day to a place just for children but lived, learned, worked, and played in the real world, alongside adults and other children of all ages.” ~ Rachel Gathercole