I shared about our family’s autumn tradition here earlier this week, and love that some of you might want to adopt it, too!
So grateful for this review of Give Your Child the World from Jodi this week:
“I saw this book advertised on Facebook over and over … and over and over … and I finally checked it out from the library, thumbed through it, and immediately ordered my own copy!
We plan to use Give Your Child the World as the base of our Language Arts and Social Studies this year, with four kids ranging in age from 4 to 13. I REALLY hope the author will write a similar book about other topics, as this is EXACTLY what I had been looking for for years.”
Weekend homeschool links:
- Habit stacking: How it began, what my depression has to do with it, and how I make it work for me
- The incredible gift one author gave to the world after her death
- Why your homeschool needs a rest time
- Lessons learned from the Sound of Music
- So interesting: AltSchool: Is it the future of education?
Looking to get your 2nd-5th grader excited about science/math? Growin’GEERS introduces students to their creativity while they solve hands-on STEM quests!
Animated videos present a problem to solve, your child brainstorms a solution, & then can actually craft it in real life! Try it free here.
I’m not sure I’ll stay in a regular hotel again after my experience with AirBnB this summer!
My time in Prince Edward Island was made all the more magical by this cozy, large home I rented–all for less per night than a hotel room! If you haven’t given Airbnb a try yet, check it out here & get a $35 credit when you take your first trip anywhere, near or far!
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