Written by Jamie Martin, editor of Simple Homeschool and Steady Mom
Today I want to pass along an invitation. You’ve read about our homeschool days–now let us read about yours!
Next Friday, February 3rd, I’ll give you the opportunity to share about your homeschool day.
Here’s how it works: Sometime this week, write a post on your blog about your day in the life. Then come here on Friday and link up to your post, so we can all take a read. (If you don’t have a blog, no worries! You can always share in the comments.)
I look forward to reading your posts!
And here is some weekend reading to keep you busy today:
- The 10 Day Family Re-Charge :: Erin Goodman
- Using Pinterest to Organize Ideas for Your Family :: Simple Kids
- Should College be the Goal, or Just an Option? :: Five J’s
- 7 Must-Read Books on Education :: brain pickings
- The Vitafam’s Favorite Apps for the iPad :: Vitafamiliae
“Do not let the endless succession of small things crowd great ideals out of sight and out of mind.” ~ Charlotte Mason
Thank you so much for including me in your weekend links, Jamie.
We have an amazing group of people (over 125 participants from all over the world!!) signed up to Re-Charge with their families. Can’t wait to get started!!
Love + Light…
Thanks for the reminder. I’ve already been doing a series on our homeschool day on my blog writing about different parts of our day, but have completely neglected doing the next “chapter” since the holidays! No one is reading it except the aunts and grandmas anyway, but I like to finish what I start. 🙂
I enjoyed reading about everyone else’s days. Fun to see how individual we all are, and yet in many ways alike.
Sounds like fun!!! I will have to do this!
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Sounds like fun. I love this series.
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I recently discovered Sir Ken Robinson through the YouTube clip about changing educational paradigms and am excited that he’s written two books.
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