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Circle Time is our fabulous, all-ages-are-welcome, group teaching time that allows us to pray together, laugh together, and get to the subjects we often run out of time for.
Plenty of insight, ideas, tips from other moms who use Circle Time in their homes, printable planning pages - are you excited, too? If you’ve been wondering how exactly you can fit Circle Time into your day, then you’ll love having Circle Time: Plan the Best Part of Your Homeschool Day! to guide you. It’s like having seasoned homeschooling moms walking right alongside of you. Pretty great!
- Planning a Circle Time That Works for You
- Strategies for a Peaceful Time Together
- How to Get Your Kids on Board
- Questions From Moms Like You
- Words of Wisdom From Other Moms Who Do Circle Time
- Resources, Activities, and Ideas
- Printable Planner Sheets
Preschoolers and Peace
For years, readers of Preschoolers and Peace have asked for the "best of" the site in an eBook, easy to read and ready to go. Now, it's here!
Covering such topics as "How Do I Plan Preschool?", and "What Does a 2-Year-Old's Day Look Like?" , thePreschoolers and Peace eBook packs a ton of useful information into easy-to-read, short articles that can be read on the fly by busy homeschooling parents.
- What a Homeschooling Mom Needs
- Preparing Yourself to Homeschool Older Kids With Little Ones Underfoot
- Planning Around Preschoolers
- How Do I Keep Them Busy?
- What Does a 2-Year-Old's Day Look Like?
- How Do I Get Any Preschooling Done?
- How Not to Just Kill Time
- Circle Time: Or How We Pull the Little Ones In
- Preschool Boys
- When All of Your Kiddos Are Preschoolers
- Preschool Chores
- Planning for Preschool
- When Mama is Worn Out (or Pregnant)
- Meal Planning 101
Preschoolers and Peace: Homeschooling Older Kids With Success While Loving the Little Ones at Your Feet includes an extensive resources list that points you to further reading and products we've loved in our home.
The Big Book of Homeschool Ideas
Written by 55 experienced home educators, The Big Book of Homeschool Ideas covers topics concerning every age group from newborns to college students, subjects from geography to foreign languages to science to English, troubleshooting your big questions like, "What if my child hates math?" and really, so much more. The Big Book of Homeschool Ideas is a resource we think we'll turn to again and again.
Kendra has contributed two chapters, and you can click on over to see the landing page and all of the super helpful chapters from homeschool bloggers you've come to trust and love, as well as some you'll discover for the first time!