Summer school around here means taking the audio books & weather lectures outside!
I have been blown away by your response to our upcoming Read the World Summer Book Club!
As a result of all the buzz, would you believe Give Your Child the World made it into the Top 50 of ALL books on Amazon earlier in the week?!!
I hope your family will join us this summer, too:
If you’re still on the fence about buying Give Your Child the World, check out this review of my book from “Mom of 3 in Concord:”
This book is worth 5X the cost and since receiving it this week I have ordered two additional copies as gifts. It’s a must have for any family attuned to today’s globally accessible world. “
Love that! If you’ve already read the book, would you please leave a genuine review as well? Thank you, thank you all for the support!
Weekend homeschool links:
- Story starters & creative writing prompts
- How youth learn – The teenage brain
- Homeschooling in real life
- 4 worse things than not learning to read in Kindergarten
- Reader Spotlight: Tips for creating nature notebooks with kids
- To share w/ kids: Marbling art (amazing!)
What we’re reading this week:
– The Bronte Plot
– Ice Drift
– Haven (so happy to see another Growly Bear book in this series!)
Anyone out there freaking out about how you’re going to teach your kiddos to read and spell (and like, get a job someday?!)
Thousands of homeschooling families have found All About Reading/Spelling the program that turned these subjects around in their homes!
“I want students to engage the way a clutch on a car gets engaged: an engine can be running, making appropriate noises, burning fuel and creating exhaust fumes, but unless the clutch is engaged, nothing moves. It’s all sound and smoke, and nobody gets anywhere.” ~ Robert L. Fried, The Passionate Teacher
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