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- Teaching kids with anxiety – Caution! Volcano may erupt at any time! :: Real Life at Home
- Pre-College: Living life & loosening our grip on the schedule :: Beauty That Moves
- Why I Homeschool :: Redbeet Mama
- In one state, more children homeschool than attend private schools :: The Daily Signal
- Happy to homeschool :: Clean
- Loving them where they are :: My post this week on Steady Mom
My recommendations this week:
I’ve been a big fan of Sarah Clarkson’s book “Read for the Heart” when it comes to choosing books for my little people, so I was excited to see that her new book, Caught Up in a Story, released this week.
It’s all about creating “storyformed” kids who believe they can one day be the heroes/heroines in our world – love this message!
Told partly in parable/story and partly in nonfiction, The Student Whisperer remains on my small, permanent shelf of homeschooling reads to go back to again and again. It’s an excellent choice for those looking to go deeper as we mentor our kids.
I’ve always been a sucker for learning about & studying personalities, and The Enneagram Made Easy has been helping me grasp an entirely new way to do so. I’ve had many a-ha moments about myself, my husband, and the kids as well.
Featured sponsors this week:
Have kids who balk at writing? Why not make it a project to do together in your homeschool?
These mother/son & mother/daughter journals from Gadanke feature sweet prompts to help get ideas flowing & also encourage a deeper relationship! Perfect for ages 8 and up.
If you find yourself inspired by the Waldorf method of homeschooling, take a peek at the lovely resources put together by Kelly of Lavender’s Blue Homeschool.
She offers K & 1st grade curricula, plus a FREE audio download of “Sing your Day” to newsletter subscribers – 12 songs to incorporate for a more peaceful day with your littles!
“The task of the modern educator is not to cut down jungles, but to irrigate deserts.” ~ CS Lewis