Prince Edward Island, Canada–with its tea, its views, and its history–COMPLETELY stole my heart last week! If you’ve ever dreamt of a visit to Anne’s Island, I made this video field trip for you!
We’re halfway through the Read the World Summer Book Club and what a joy it’s been to see all the ways you’re making good use of Give Your Child the World!
For those of you who are participating, I wanted to sweeten the pot a little: All families who join our global link-up on August 22nd will receive an extra entry when it comes time to draw winners for this amazing lineup of prizes!
Plus, remember if your book selections all come from my book, you get another entry, too! Sign up here to make sure you don’t miss the prize entry form at the end of the summer!
Weekend homeschool links:
- A recap from North America week
- When a LOVE of reading unfolds slowly
- The Ingalls Family: The book family vs. the real family
- Four things every new homeschooler needs to know
- To share w/ kids: Take that slime to the next level!
The downloadable science mini-courses from Be Naturally Curious are super-inexpensive, created by professional scientists/passionate nature lovers, & ideal for K-5th graders!
Each course (12 to choose from) teaches concepts through stories, crafts, games, movement-based activities, and experiments. Check them out if you’re planning elementary science for the new school year.
“I am not a teacher, but an awakener.” ~ Robert Frost
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