Start the New Year right with homeschooling (Ep 23, 12/31/12)

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Start the New Year Right with Homeschooling, Savvy Homeschool Moms Podcast

On this, the last day of 2012, the moms chat about the holidays, update listeners on their last month, and how to start the New Year right with homeschooling!

 

Links in this Episode:

 

Homeschooling with The Amazing Race, Indonesia shadow puppets

Homeschooling with the Amazing Race
Tina’s kiddos’ shadow puppets she mentioned they did when the race went to Indonesia.

Enjoying Magic Tree House series

Magic Tree House series: List of books in the first series (which is what Tina’s son is reading currently), and the Magic Tree House website (complete with book samples, games, videos, and a neat “Reading Program to Adventure” program where your child can earn stamps for completing trivia questions related to the facts learned from the books!)Magic Tree House Research Guides and Fact Trackers (nonfiction companion books for the series)

How to Train Your Dragon Live Spectacular

 

How to Train Your Dragon movie:
Review on Kids-in-Mind
Review on CommonSenseMediaHow to Train Your Dragon Live Spectacular

Homeschool science co-op with R.E.A.L. Science

 

Homeschool Co-ops
R.E.A.L. Science Odyssey by Pandia Press

Scrooge with Albert Finney, a Christmas favorite in our house!

 

Scrooge with Albert Finney
(You can watch the entire movie on YouTube for FREE!)
Tina’s list of essential Christmas movies

Doing Math Mammoth

 

 

Math Mammoth

Chaffee Zoo Lights 2012

 

Fresno Chaffee Zoo

Sadie and Adam

 

The picture mentioned, of Beckie’s dog Sadie and Tina’s husband, Adam

New dressers for Jack and Danielle!

 

 

Beckie’s kids’ new dressers!

Little Free Library

 

 

Little Free Library

Books of the Week:

Links of the Week:

 

This episode is sponsored by Moving Beyond the Page – homeschool curriculum for hands-on, creative, and gifted learners. Learn more at www.movingbeyondthepage.com.

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