It’s always a good day when a Sally Clarkson book releases,
and the topic of her newest one couldn’t be more timely! (afflink)
Weekend homeschool links:
- Free Offline Math Games Perfect for Building Problem-Solving Skills
- Cozy Reading Nooks for Your Kids (always love seeing these!)
- 7 Simple Tips for Gameschooling Children of Multiple Ages
- Homeschooling with Audiobooks: Is it Cheating?
- Want to Homeschool, But Don’t Want the Responsibility?
- 4 years ago on the blog: Coffee and Books – An Unexpected Homeschool Game-Changer
- This week on the Simple Homeschool podcast: Ep 71, 3 ways to connect with your middle schoolers
Tons of kids have mastered their math facts, improved their US geography, and conquered fractions thanks to the incredible learning games designed by SAT tutor Jim Moran of Semper Smart Games!
And I know from personal experience that as temperatures start to dip, these games are perfect to play during chilly days in front of the woodstove or fireplace! Order now for free shipping in the US.
Oak Meadow offers experiential education, introducing subjects according to a child’s development. In the early grades, this means that students engage in active exploration with wonder and curiosity.
In middle grades, students explore human accomplishments, conflicts, and relationships, and in high school, students apply their knowledge to make a difference in their communities and the world. Love this beautiful progression?! Learn more here.
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