Happy, happy spring (Or fall for those in the Southern Hemisphere) to you and yours!
Weekend homeschool links:
- 30 Fun Nature Gift Ideas for Kids
- From Caterpillar To Butterfly
- The Essential Guide to Teaching Compound Words (w/ free activity sheets!)
- A Free Sparkle Audio Story to Help Kids Feel Comforted re: The Situation in Ukraine
- How to Talk with Children About the Conflict in Ukraine
- My Morning Exhale-Inspiration Smoothies by Rachel DeMille
- 7 years ago on the blog: On mysteries of history and friendship
Homeschool convention season is here, which means it’s time to grab your tickets for Great Homeschool’s upcoming conferences in Ohio, California, and Texas this April through July!
Come get inspired by your favorite homeschooling voices, including my friends Colleen Kessler, Pam Barnhill, and Sarah Mackenzie, and have the opportunity to see new materials up close in GHC’s massive exhibit hall!
I have been so pleased with our decision to switch to CTCMath this homeschool year. We have used it for several months now and it remains an excellent fit for my son with special needs (though I think it would be just as good for neurotypical kiddos).
My son loves the short lessons that fit his attention span and break down concepts into small manageable sizes. Try it out for free to see if it’s the right fit for your family, too!
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