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My Favorite Finds from Around the ‘Net


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Today, since there is apparently nothing original or earth-shattering on my own mind, I thought I’d share with you some of the gems I’ve found around the Internet lately.

A round-up of resources, ideas, and inspiration!

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  • Homeschool Mom: You Are Amazing! from Hip Homeschool Moms – This is a must-read if you need a little encouragement today. It made me a little teary-eyed.
  • 15 Musical Instrument Crafts for Kids from Red Ted Art – I wish I had discovered this one a week earlier! It would have gone perfectly with last week’s assignment in our history curriculum, Ancient Civilizations and the Bible, since one of the project ideas was to make a simple musical instrument.
  • What’s in a Portfolio from Heart of the Matter Online – Even if your state doesn’t require you to compile a portfolio, doing so can make a great keepsake of your child’s school year and HOTM has some great tips for building one.
  • How to Use Current Events in Your Homeschool from Blog, She Wrote – The kids and I have been loving CNN Student News, so I appreciated all the tips for how and why to use current events and the additional resources Heather offers.
  • The Art of Fall: Mixed Media Workshop for Kids from Flourish – This is an online art class for kids, but I fully intend to participate with Megan. It starts next Monday and we are so excited!

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Have you found any gems on the Internet lately? Let me know about them!

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  1. Kris, thanks for sharing some of your favorite finds. I love the ideas Heather Woodie compiled to assist with current events. We use CNN Student News also and I’m excited to try some of these out. It was great to start my day with laughter as a reread your “you Might be a Homeschooler” posts.

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