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5 Things I Learned from Summer Camp

5 Things I Learned from Summer Camp

Last week my son spent five full days in Lego camp at our local children's museum. He's done some five day a week camps and VBS before, but those have been half days, and the full day made a big difference in the whole experience. In spite of being worn out, he had a good time and enjoyed himself. Here are five things I learned from his week!

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LitWits Kits

LitWits Kits

I don't know if it's the same for you, but one of the hardest things for me to plan is reading/literature. My son is past the decoding stage and has a great vocabulary, so I really want to focus on theme and story structure and literary elements.

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Staring Your Own Homeschool Co-Op

Staring Your Own Homeschool Co-Op

Whether you've been homeschooling for 10 minutes or 10 years, you've probably thought about joining a co-op of some sort.

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Read Aloud Books for Summer

Read Aloud Books for Summer

It's not uncommon for us to spend at least an hour or more each day reading aloud, especially when it gets to the point where it's just too hot to do much of anything. Here are five great read alouds you might want to consider this summer.

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Summer Plans with Kids

Summer Plans with Kids

We still haven't officially wrapped up our school year yet, but I'm gearing up for the summer now. I like the idea of a long, lazy summer where we all sleep in and just spend the days relaxing, but a) my kids still don't know how to sleep in and b) it's not really a realistic plan for us. I do want us to have lots of free days to do whatever we want to do, but there are also some things we need to accomplish, so I've found that going into the summer with a plan is the best way to make sure we keep some sort of balance. Here are a few ideas you may want to consider!

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Jennifer Geary is a wife of one and mom of two who is back home in Broken Arrow after Air Force-sponsored detours to Omaha and Oklahoma City.  An elementary education graduate from the University of Oklahoma, she decided to leave her “regular” teaching career behind to homeschool her son and daughter. 

When she’s not educating, feeding, or cleaning up after someone, Jennifer likes to read and scrapbook.  You can read about all of her adventures at Little Things.

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