In this episode, the moms catch you up on what’s been going on in their lives in the long interim since their last episode, and share 3 more day in the life interviews, including one with a mom in Ireland!
Links in this Episode:
Good Eats with Alton Brown
new system of stations
Savvy Homeschool Moms discussion group on Facebook
Homeschooling with The Amazing Race
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/SavvyHomeschoolMoms
How to Get Your Child Off the Refrigerator and On To Learning (potential religious content)
The Ultimate Homeschool Planner (religous content)
Homeschool Helper App
All In One Homeschool (religious content)
KidQuest Science Adventures is now The Brainy Tourist.
Books in this Episode:
Together – Magyk by Angie Sage
Me – Please Don’t Tell My Parents I’m a Supervillain by Richard Roberts, Lock In by John Scalzi, A FANTASTIC audio drama version of Dracula by Bram Stoker.
Together–Finished The Timekeeper’s Moon and The Skeleton’s Knife by Joni Sensel, read The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders (horrible), and are just about done with The Boy of the Painted Cave by Justen Denzel
Maeven (almost 14)–Finished Talking to Dragons, by Patricia C. Wrede
Me–just started listening to The Fellowship of the Ring by J.R.R. Tolkien
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This episode is sponsored by:
Moving Beyond the Page – homeschool curriculum for hands-on, creative, and gifted learners. Learn more at www.movingbeyondthepage.com.
Math Mammoth – Publisher of student directed math worktexts that all the Savvy Homeschool Kids use. Learn more at www.mathmammoth.com.
Pandia Press – Publisher of REAL Science Odyssey and History Odyssey. Check out their fantastic Try Before you Buy! Learn more at www.pandiapress.com.
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Savvy Homeschool Moms
Here it is, the DOUBLE EPISODE you’ve been waiting for! We made you wait so long in between episodes this time that we figured we owed you some extra content! 🙂 –Tina
I am most interested in the “feeding time” portion of the Zoo Book. My daughters are constantly asking me what different animals eat (with me not knowing the answer most of the time and having to turn to trusty ol’ Google!). The entire Zoo Book sounds very cool to me though. We love to go to the zoo but to be honest we don’t really make the best use of our time. Normally we just wander about aimlessly and ohhhh and ahhhh over the cute baby animals without really utilizing it as the resource it truly is. The Zoo Book sounds like just the guidance we need!