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by | Aug 5, 2020 | general homeschooling, social media & blogs | 0 comments

Hello! If you’re looking for more information about a product I mentioned or recommended on Instagram, you’ve come to the right place. And, if you didn’t come here from Instagram, I hope you’ll follow @freedomhomeschooling there.

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Long Story Short – This book consists of 78 weeks’ worth of devotionals. Each week has five daily devotions. Days one through four chronologically study the Old Testament. The fifth day focuses on a passage from Psalms or one of the prophets related to the first four days’ readings. Each devotional ends with group discussion questions and prayer suggestions.

Old Story New – This book’s format is similar to Long Story Short, which is described above, except for it provides 78 weeks of New Testament devotionals. Both books are great for the whole family.

Anyone Can Homeschool: Overcoming Obstacles to Home Education – If you’ve considered homeschooling, but feel that you can’t because of your circumstances, this book is for you! When author Nicki Truesdell says, “anyone can homeschool,” she really does mean anyone. Single parents, working parents, special needs families, low-income families, and those facing many other challenges, can all homeschool successfully.

Ellie and Lou: The Meaning of Friendship10-year-old Kiana Sosa wrote this heartwarming story about friendship and kindness for a 4th-grade school project. You can find free printable coloring sheets, activity pages, and teacher’s resources to go along with the book on Kiana’s website.

The Fallacy Detective – 38 workbook lessons teach how to recognize bad reasoning. The author recommends the book for ages twelve through adult, but some parents have successfully used it with children a little younger.  

More coming soon!

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