- How to make a homeschool student ID card :: From contributor Angie Kauffman of Real Life at Home
- MSU offers free online course on Laura Ingalls Wilder :: Springfield News Leader (You know I’m enrolled already!)
- Why we should get rid of their toys :: Montessori Mischief
- Pizza Hut BOOK IT open to homeschoolers :: Book It Program
- I am so embarrassing :: Quill and Camera
My recommendations this week:
You know you’re on to something good when you like “kids’ music” as much as the kids do! Elizabeth Mitchell has always been one of our favorite artists and we have many of her albums.
Her songs are calm, soothing, & remind me of how happy I am to be alive.
I discovered these marbles when researching games Laura Ingalls might have played in the 1800s (before we left on our Little House trip). We wanted to have some era-appropriate gifts on hand for those who hosted us.
Side benefit is that my kiddos have spent happy hours playing with them, too. (And I just really love the box!)
Looking for a resource to help your kiddos keep up with spelling, phonics, and vocab over the summer?
I bought a couple of these Daily Word Ladder books recently and find the format really fun! (So I may do them myself even if the kids don’t. =)
Featured sponsors this week:
Sarah stocks the coolest, most creative high-quality toys and educational supplies in her online store, Imagine Childhood.
It is always a pleasure to “browse” these virtual shelves and see what might come in handy for back to school time, birthdays, or holidays! Check out the homepage for current favorites under $25.
Educents is a daily deals site offering limited time deals on popular homeschooling programs and educational products.
Right now (until the end of the month) you can try them out and get a $5 credit toward your first purchase. Sign up here!
“The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.” ~ Augustine of Hippo