Our Read the World Summer Book Club begins on Monday–you’re joining in, aren’t you?!
Just come back here on Monday for printables and fun to kick off Multicultural Week! (Check out the whole calendar here…) And if you aren’t sure what books to check out, the Instagram hashtag is already hopping with folks sharing their discoveries!
If you’ve been trying to decide whether to come along, here’s a blog comment from Dorcas that may help:
“I just listened to you on Inspired to Action’s podcast and I was so inspired! You gave me goosebumps repeatedly. I love your heart for the world. That is exactly what I want to foster in my children.
I had already been thinking about your book, but I went right to Amazon and put it in the cart. Can’t wait to get it and join in on this summer club!”
Weekend homeschool links:
- Episode 48 of the Read-Aloud Revival podcast (I chat about meeting LeVar Burton, among other less-important things!)
- The way we test our kids is broken
- 10 best online game sites for math
- Reader Spotlight: School at Home, Part 1
- To share w/ kids: A new way to create casts!
What we’re reading this week:
It isn’t too late to sign up for this 4 week interactive discovery of Italian history, art, food, and more!
Daniela’s “taught from Italy e-course” begins July 1st ,and you can get 10% off if you sign up before June 30th!
Our family loved using Little Passports to explore the world right from home (& the mailbox) for over 2 years! One of the comments I heard from other parents occasionally was that they didn’t feel there was enough in LP to make up a thorough unit study. PROBLEM SOLVED!
Little Passports just released several study guides to correspond with their world subscription…AND they are available FREE to download!
“Education occurs when students set out to educate themselves… The student will only learn, can only learn, what he chooses to learn. An advantage of not pushing is an innate sense his education is his responsibility and reward.”
~ Oliver DeMille
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