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Last week’s “What’s Working Wednesday” Top Three most viewed posts are:
- Stephanie from Where He Leads We Follow shared her Inspired Wednesday post, “No more math curriculum” — lots of readers, including myself, wanted to read the “what?” and “why?” of that decision!
- Heather May from Frugal Fit Family shared “5 ways to get your kids to drink more WATER!” — I don’t know about you, but I can always use creative ideas to get my three girls to drink more water here at my house!
- Jennifer A. Janes shared one of the most useful articles I have seen on special-needs homeschooling: “I Can’t Homeschool Because My Child Has Special Needs.” I loved this post because it is practical, honest and encouraging! I plan to keep it bookmarked for moms who need this particular perspective.
One more totally fun and useful post came from Nanette Hall at Little Boy Blue Toddle School, who shared “5 Distractions for Anytime.” I know SEVERAL moms with a toddler who needs entertaining during the homeschooling day, and I was so glad I could pass along this post!
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