Can you believe that July is almost half done already? I can’t! It seems like this summer just flew by. By the time that you’re reading this, we will have already started our new school year. How about you? When does your year start?
Kidwash : Peanuts are Evil
I rarely link to my own blog in my link list but I love this kid wash my husband and son built. The kids love it too. They ride their bikes through it, and the neighborhood joins them. Great , cheap and easy way to cool off on a hot summer day.
ABC’s of Homeschooling : 5 Kids and a Dog
I love this weekly series of posts written by homeschooling bloggers all over. It’s wonderful to see the different posts every week and the perspectives that everyone brings.
The Gifted Beneath the Bow : Heart of the Matter Online
No post has spoken to me like this one has. I cried and nodded my head yes in agreement to everything written. It was really a WOW moment.
8 Montessori Principles to know : Simple Homeschooling
I’ve been struggling with adding Montessori activities to our homeschool, I really want to add them for my preschooler but find myself lost. This post has helped a lot and helped me look at where I can add them even for my soon to be 4th grader. I would love to hear how you incorporate Montessori activities in your home.
Step Outside the Grade Level Box: Simple Homeschooling
So often we get stuck into the traditional school mindset of grade levels but one of the reasons why a lot of us homeschool is so our children can work at their own levels. This posts reminds us why we should think outside the grade level box.
Me on the Map : Finally In First
What a cute project to help children remember where they are on the map!
Clipboard Art Display : Clean and Scentsible
I really like this idea to show off children’s art work. I have the perfect spot in our playroom for this.
Sewing Mazes and Dot to Dots : Toad Haven Homeschool
Sewing practice for children using dot to dots and maze printouts.
Water Fountain Ramp Toy : Instructables
This looks cool. There is just no other way to describe it. I know my 9 yr old would love to build one and have hours of fun playing with it.
Homeschooling By the Numbers Free Ebook : The Homeschool Classroom
Did you hear that the Homeschool Classroom is giving away a free ebook during the month of July, written by Homeschool Classroom writers? We are and make sure to get your copy!