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Last week’s “What’s Working Wednesday” Top Three most viewed posts had a common theme! They are:
- Misty at Mimi’s House shared about her quest to Find that Perfect Curriculum, as well as why she’s switching from Heart of Dakota for next year. I can relate to Misty’s quest — I’ve been there!
- Heather at Upside Down Homeschooling shared her tips on Creating the Perfect Homeschool Schedule. The first step is recognizing that there is no such thing! However, Heather’s steps for discovering a schedule that will work for your family are fabulous.
- Melanie at Psychowith6 shared her quest for the perfect homeschool record system and reveals Where to Find the Easiest Homeschool Record System Ever — and it includes her own free Microsoft Word template for creating your own system using the method she discovered. If you’ve been struggling with record keeping, you don’t want to miss this advice!
Three more posts that got a lot of attention are:
- Heather’s 25 Tips for New Homeschoolers
- Teacher@Home’s Printable Letter Recognition Assessment for Pre-K
- Brenda at Homeschool Diaries’ Homeschooling with a Toddler in the Classroom
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