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Homeschooling Humor – Plans and Schedules

Happy Eclipse Day! As my family is busy preparing for our back yard eclipse party I found myself too busy to put together a new humor post for this morning, but added a couple of new funnies to this collection.

Still Learning Something New

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Happy Monday and Happy Homeschooling!

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September’s Special Days Activity Companion!

 

I’m thrilled to announce the release of September’s Special Days Activity Companion!  Fran, from Funschooling and Recreational Learning, and I have teamed up again to offer you over 120 activities based on events, birthdays, and fun and interesting days in September!

Each of the activities are meant to help homeschool parents, educators, families, event planners, babysitters, libraries, recreational leaders, club leaders, and anyone who plans monthly activities!  All activities are suitable for any grade level and any age and cover a variety of subjects and diverse topics.

 

 

About this publication:

  • It has been written and developed by Fran Wisniewski and Betty Jo Hendrickson.
  • Has 120+ easy to use ideas/activities and includes some delicious recipes.
  • It’s 21 pages long and printer friendly.
  • Offers safe external resource pages for extended information, research, and learning!
  • Is an Instant Digital Download: 1 PDF
  • Contains Family friendly activities.
  • Has a printable recipe and craft section.

 

Available now for the low price of $5.00!

Etsy: September Special Days Activity Companion

 

Flag Day

Flag Day resource list has been edited and updated for 2017 Summer Learning!

Still Learning Something New

flag“This flag, which we honor and under which we serve, is the emblem of our unity, our power, our thought and purpose as a nation. It has no other character than that which we give it from generation to generation. The choices are ours. It floats in majestic silence above the hosts that execute those choices, whether in peace or in war. And yet, though silent, it speaks to us — speaks to us of the past, or the men and women who went before us, and of the records they wrote upon it.”  (President Woodrow Wilson)

Americans have been celebrating Flag Day since before President Woodrow Wilson declared June 14 to be a national commemoration in 1916.  We will have a flag and pledge study day as part of our summer calendar studies and a jump start on our upcoming American History unit studies.

Below are the best links…

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