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Summer Reading Round-Up

Summer Reading Round-Up

Summer reading round-up! Any time is a good time to read a book! But there are few times better than on a hot summer afternoon, relaxing with a book and a cold, iced drink. I’ve been a busy reader this summer! Well, compared to my reading record lately. One of …

Homeschooling Extrovert Social Butterfly Part Two

Homeschooling the Extrovert, Part Two

Homeschooling the Extrovert, Part Two It may seem like an extra bit of a challenge to homeschool your social butterfly, but as we considered yesterday, it’s not too big of a challenge. You can do it!  Yes, your social butterfly will like to have many friends, and many things to …

Homeschooling Extrovert Social Butterfly

Homeschooling the Extrovert (Social Butterfly) – Part One

We’ve all heard the argument against homeschooling, “but what about socialization?”  Typically this argument really asks is, “but what about your kids turning into socially inept weirdos if they aren’t around normal kids all day?” (Go ahead, try to deny that, but that’s what that question REALLY means..) But what about the …

Leap Year Study Homeschool

Homeschool: Leap Year Study

Just a quick post to ask: “Why do we have a leap year? How does it work?” Of course *I* know the answer, but what about our kids? I googled and found a few quick resources for a leap year study. (No, seriously, these are pretty quick, and this might …

President's Day Unit Study Resources

President’s Day Unit Study Resources

*This post contains affiliate links.* Planning a President’s Day unit study? Or maybe you don’t need a full-fledged unit study, you just want to take a little peek into this holiday. There are so many great resources online, if you do a little bit of digging. But hey, I’ve done some …