Category Archives: Books

Sallie’s Stack – 12.1.14

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Post may contain affiliate links to materials I recommend. Read my full disclosure statement. Some links are blocked by email delivery systems and will only be seen on my actual website. Food For Thought Man With Rare Condition Flies All The Way To Australia To Meet A 2-Year-Old With The Same Syndrome To Sleep, Perchance (Continue reading…)

Sallie’s Stack – 11.25.14

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Post may contain affiliate links to materials I recommend. Read my full disclosure statement. Some links are blocked by email delivery systems and will only be seen on my actual website. Food For Thought Kids Haven’t Changed; Kindergarten Has Homeschooling Held Hostage 7 Crippling Parenting Behaviors That Keep Children From Growing Into Leaders Books to (Continue reading…)

Sallie’s Stack – 11.22.14

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Post may contain affiliate links to materials I recommend. Read my full disclosure statement. Some links are blocked by email delivery systems and will only be seen on my actual website. Food For Thought The Myth of the Reluctant Learner Homework: An unnecessary evil? … Surprising findings from new research Isle of Sark: Europe’s Last (Continue reading…)

Sallie’s Stack – 11.18.14

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Post may contain affiliate links to materials I recommend. Read my full disclosure statement. Some links are blocked by email delivery systems and will only be seen on the actual website. Food For Thought My Top 50 Favorite Posts About Interest-Led Learning, Unschooling or Self-Directed Learning H.U.G. – The Transformation of U.S. Grant it’s a (Continue reading…)

Sallie’s Stack – 11.16.14

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Post may contain affiliate links to materials I recommend. Read my full disclosure statement. Some links are blocked by email delivery systems and will only be seen on the actual website. Food For Thought How Baby Boomers Ruined Parenting Forever The Typical Ages of Disequalibrium Joy Comes from Tossing Out the Maps Books to Read (Continue reading…)

Sallie’s Stack – 11.15.14

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Post may contain affiliate links to materials I recommend. Read my full disclosure statement. Some links are blocked by email delivery systems and will only be seen on the actual website. Food For Thought The Clutter Culture from UCLA Magazine Gus the Truck: A Metaphor for an Outdated Education System from Education Week Driven to (Continue reading…)

Sallie’s Stack – 11.13.14

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Post may contain affiliate links to materials I recommend. Read my full disclosure statement. Some links are blocked by email delivery systems and will only be seen on the actual website. Food For Thought Children of Civil War Veterans Still Walk Among Us, 150 Years After the War from National Geographic Typewriters are back, and (Continue reading…)

103 Ways to Learn from Experienced Homeschoolers

103 Ways to Learn from Experienced Homeschoolers

Do you ever wish you could pick the brain of experienced homeschoolers? Do you long for a better support network as you navigate your homeschooling journey? I’ve been there. I don’t have much of a homeschool support network in real life. I don’t really have the capability to travel to homeschool conventions. But I have (Continue reading…)

Simple Learning Ideas for April Holidays, Units and Famous Birthdays

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April is full of fun learning opportunities such as National Poetry Month, Arbor Day, and John James Audubon’s birthday. Here are some simple and creative ideas to use this month! National Poetry Month National Poetry Month is a great time to introduce children to the world of poetry. By starting with engaging poems, there is (Continue reading…)

iBlog Pro – Take your blog to the next level with this ebook

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If you are a blogger and want to take your website to the next level, I highly recommend iBlog Pro. This ebook is FULL of excellent information from experienced bloggers. I personally contributed the chapter “Setting Up Your Blog for Passive Income,” a topic near and dear to my heart! The major sections all have (Continue reading…)

Kindergarten Classic Picture Books Reading List

Classic Kindergarten Picture Books

Snuggling up to read with a small child is truly one of life’s simple pleasures. Exploring a world full of adventure, kindness, courage, and truth broadens her understanding of life itself. As a former elementary school teacher and ardent picture book lover, I already had a large collection of picture books when I was ready (Continue reading…)

Sticker Dolly Dressing Around the World – Sticker Books as Learning Tools

Sticker Dolly Dressing Around the World

I purchased Sticker Dolly Dressing Around the World probably almost a year ago. It sat on the shelf until it seemed like the “right” time to get it out and use it with Caroline. This fall was the right time and so we’ve been enjoying it! One of the things we like to do as (Continue reading…)

Potato: A Tale from the Great Depression – 10 Days of Learning from The Great Depression Series

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Every once in awhile you see a book somewhere that draws you in and you know you have to buy it. Potato: A Tale From The Great Depression was that way for me. It brings a complicated time down to a simple level for children, showing them what life was like for one family during (Continue reading…)