- Cabin Fever and All That Good Stuff :: The Creative Mama
- Watercolor Multiplication Flashcards :: Our Little Nature Nest
- Want Passionate Kids? Let Them Be :: MSNBC
- Shakespeare for Children (And Their Parents, Too) :: Mt. Hope Chronicles
- Classical Homeschool Reviews :: The Tie That Binds Us
- Workboxes :: Homegrown Mom
See you back here tomorrow!
We’re glad you enjoyed our post this week Jaime, thanks!
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Oh I love your fabulous links, have a fabulous weekend!!!
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We use workboxes, too and I always like being able to see how others apply them to their type of homeschool and how they organize them. I love how this mom uses them, too: http://confessionsofahomeschooler.blogspot.com/
Thank you for the Shakespeare article, too. I’ve added to my personal bookmarks.
Have a fantastic weekend!
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Angela @ Homegrown Mom
Thanks for the link! Going now to catch up on the others 🙂
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Emily @ Homespun Light
I enjoyed the article about raising passionate kids. I’m a firm believer in letting kids have the freedom to explore their own passions by allowing plenty of unscheduled time.
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The link about Shakespeare was so inspiring. My oldest is just 7, and I thought he was way too young to even think about Shakespeare. But after reading the article you linked to, I am inspired to find some of the resources mentioned and begin introducing him to it! Thank you!
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