Happy Mother’s Day, beautiful ones! Celebrating all you do and all you are xoxo
Weekend homeschool links:
- Teaching is not a performance–It’s a conversation
- From public school to homeschool: 5 tips for the transition
- How to help your high schooler boost academic writing skills
- My pair of cute shoes remind me daily how much everything’s changed
- Are you new to at-home learning? Quarantine schooling resources.
- 7 years ago on the blog: Take home lessons from a Waldorf preschool
- Favorite IG from the week–These words made my eyes sting with happy tears this week (which also happens to be Introverted Mom’s 1st birthday!!)
I don’t even know where we would be right now without All About Reading and All About Spelling. They have helped my kids who struggle with these subjects so much, and they have also made me a much more confident teacher!
I no longer feel like I’m stumbling blindly, trying to find a method that will help us. Instead I know just what to do each day to take the next step. It’s such a comfort! Check out my full review of AAR here.
Sonlight’s literature-based curriculum goes all the way from preschool to 12th grade and lets your family learn and grow through books. We had a beautiful experience with Sonlight in our early years of homeschooling, and my son Jonathan still uses their program for high school!
Right now you can try Sonlight at no cost—they will even send you a free read-aloud that’s yours to keep as well as other complementary materials. Head here to request yours!
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