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The start of a new month means that it’s time to focus on a new genre as a part of our 2016 Reading Adventure.
For March, my family is focusing on biographies. Personally, I love introducing my girls to people who have made a difference in the world. Biographies, autobiographies, and memoirs have been a part of my kids’ reading lists since they were very young. They love them!
Hopefully, your middle schooler will find at least one of the titles I shared interesting and will be inspired by their story.
Must Read Posts From Last Week
1. You Don’t Have to Teach Homeschool High School Math by Hip Homeschool Moms – Reader Favorite
The title of this post alone is bound to have parents heaving a big sigh of relief. If you’ve never considered using online interactive classes for your teens, now might be the time.
2. The Ultimate List of Iditarod Unit Study Resources by Embark on the Journey
If your student has any interest in the famous Iditarod race, Tara has everything you need to make the annual event a fun learning opportunity.
3. Math Journaling in Homeschool Math by Blog, She Wrote
I love the idea of adding creative elements to math through journaling. My artist daughter also happens to dislike math, so introducing her to math journaling could be a great help.
4. Agriculture in the Classroom: Free Teaching Resources by Eva Varga
Now that the Flower and Garden festival has begun at Epcot, our family is turning our attention to gardening. I love these curriculum ideas from Eva to make our trips to the park more educational.
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