Check out the comment I got earlier this week on this fun Facebook thread:
“I’ll be honest, I was intending on skipping straight to the book lists in Chapters 5+. (But) I’m reading, enjoying, and loving every word from the beginning!”
It makes my heart so, so happy to hear how Give Your Child the World has touched your hearts, and it’s the perfect time to invest in a copy as a new school year approaches!
And if you’ve been reading your way around the world with us, make sure you take a peek at Sarah’s wrap-up of Middle East week, and see you back here Monday for our journey across Asia.
Weekend homeschool links:
- 10 essentials for your homeschool classroom
- Box art from All About Learning (Such a fun idea!)
- 6 famous scientists and inventors who struggled with math
- Paint chip chore chart
- The ultimate list of homeschool co-op classes
- To share w/ kids: Watch a monarch caterpillar create a chrysalis
It’s easy to get so concerned with “what” to teach that we neglect “how” & “why”–especially as back to school time approaches!
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Elijah used Reading Eggs a few years ago, and it was another great step toward his reading fluency – plus it was fun!
We checked it out first by signing up for their free trial, and you can, too! 4 weeks FREE with no credit card required.
“Education is our passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to the people who prepare for it today.”
~ Malcolm X
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