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- When your day is hijacked :: From contributor Kari Patterson of Sacred Mundane
- 18 homeschool blogs you should be following :: Are We Crazy, Or What?
- On accepting & loving the child in front of you :: Quill and Camera
- Discover your child’s love language :: 5 Love Languages
- 5 ways to bring harmony to your homeschool :: The Waldorf Connection (A free audio seminar)
My recommendations this week:
Downloaded this title to my Kindle this week – excited to learn more about Laura this semester via the free class from Missouri State University (& maybe we’ll finally figure out WHO really wrote the Little House books!)
I’ve been wanting to add more poetry into our homeschool, so was thrilled to stumble upon this gorgeous book series. We began with the Robert Frost title in honor of autumn, & I’ll definitely be ordering more!
This book had me as soon as I read the subtitle: “a creative & stress-free approach to homeschooling.” I’ve always been a fan of Raymond & Dorothy Moore’s research & this is a new-to-me title filled with their comforting encouragement. (Note: Written from a Christian perspective)
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“Educating the mind without educating the heart is no education at all.” ~ Aristotle