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Last week’s “What’s Working Wednesday” Top Three most viewed posts are:
- Alicia Charmbury at Redwoods Homeschool shared easy and effective Home and School Organization tips. I loved the “three trash bags” strategy she used to declutter — stealing it for next time I need to do the same!
- Katie at Brighton Park shared her interview with the Holistic Homeschooler for a new series called “The Face of Homeschooling” — challenging the one-size-fits all ideas and stereotypes of homeschoolers. Get to know Katie and her homeschooling whys and hows, she’s got a great story to share.
- Joy at A Journey of Joy (who also happens to live not too far from me here in Colorado!) shared her Mystery of History activities for the Daniel in the Lion’s Den study. It’s a great hands-on activity for the young ones with simple supplies: Dry pasta & glue!
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