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                          Homeschool Linky Party Week 9

 

 

Homeschool Link-Up
   

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Good morning homeschoolers, educators, teachers, friends, family and whomever I've missed.

Welcome to the 9th homeschool link up hosted by me and The Squishable Baby I must admit that I am very happy to see you all here. I learned a great deal from all of you last week, and look forward to reading your posts this week!

The purpose of this link up is to provide fellow homeschoolers, past homeschoolers, eduction buffs, want to be homeschoolers, parents who want to supplement, or whomever - with a variety of fantastic educational resources. Feel free to link up to 3 education posts. We would love to hear about educational projects, crafts, schedules, curriculum, alternative learning ideas - whatever you like that has to do with the education of our children. Feel free to be creative!

This link-up is broad for education. If you have an education related giveaway or education related deals and freebies, please link them up.

Here are a few guidelines...

  • Link up any education related post or resources or homeschool project or post - old or new. We will pin our favorites to our homeschool Pinterest board.
  • Let your imagination soar. If you are not a homeschooler and have a craft or project that you might think homeschoolers would benefit from - link up.
  • If you link-up an old "deals" please make sure they are still valid at the time of linking.
  • When linking up, please tweet about the link-up to help us grow.
 
  • When you tweet, please use #homeschoollinkup
  • Grab a button and place it in your sidebar and help us grow!
  • Enjoy the posts of your fellow homeschoolers and education experts!
   

This weeks feature is What's Up Fagans

 

Written by Katelyn Fagan, What's Up Fagans is an excellent resource for integrating projects and crafts into your curriculum. Last week, she posted excellent project ideas for learning the letter "I".

I would challenge you to check out Katelyn's blog and support her in her efforts. Just click on the graphic, and it will take you to the post she linked up last week.

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This week, we have a wonderful giveaway. Have you heard of Little Pim? It's the premier language learning program for children 0-6 years-old. It's a self-directed program - based on the mother tongue method of learning. Best part, the parents do not need to speak the language. It's broken down into 5 minute lessons - perfect for the attention span of an early learner.

Little Pim is giving away a 3-DVD set in the language of choice. Please enter below for your chance to win!

  Little Pim Giveaway - Discovery Set DVD  
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Without further ado, it's time to...     sbdotsdivider   One advantage to me to keeping this link-up smaller, is that it's easier to read and comment on all of your posts. However, I want to make sure that you also get something out of it. So, in an attempt to grow this link up - if anyone is interested in hosting the #homeschoollinkup for a week, email me (Lisa) at lisa {at} squishablebaby {dot} com.