We had the best kickoff to our Heal the World Book Club earlier this week. My heart did a happy, bubbly dance when Newbery Medal winner Sharon Creech, author of our first book club pick The Unfinished Angel, sent a personal message to our club participants!
Since the month has only just begun there’s still time for you to join and see for yourself all we have planned to inspire yours this winter: videos, a mentoring guide, weekly Instagram challenges, a theme song–oh, I love sharing good books! Details and free registration here.
Weekend homeschool links:
- Because we don’t have time to be busy
- On finding your homeschool tribe
- 10 ways to beat anxiety like a ninja
- Montessori winter play dough tray
- 10 go-to resources for history
- Self-care during tumultuous politics
With a subscription to This Week in History, each day’s resources are an adventure in math, science, language, geography, current events, and so on – all tied to events in history!
It’s a daily resource that brings your homeschool to life, put together by the lovely folks at Thomas Jefferson Education, a time saver and worry eliminator that makes it simple to “inspire, not require.” Check out a sample week here.
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 (14 to choose from) teaches concepts through stories, crafts, games, movement-based activities, and experiments.
This post may contain affiliate links.