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Emmanuel Books
Offers Catholic books and homeschooling materials, with an emphasis on materials recommended by Laura Berquist.
Simple Tips for Summer Math Learning
Jessica Efird
Summer reading clubs and story times can help with early literacy and reading, but it might seem daunting to figure out how to prepare a young child for math. Here’s the great news: you’re the right person for the job.
Math Lessons and Worksheets
Enchanted Learning
Math worksheets covering topics including: early math, arithmetic, simple patterns, sorting, number bingo, number and math dominoes, square root wheel, printable graph paper, logic puzzles, and measurements.
The Charlotte Mason Approach to Poetry
Karen Andreola
What is the Charlotte Mason approach to the study of poetry? Our first step is to see that our children enjoy it. Much later they will probably take the second step for themselves, reading those poets whose work needs some preliminary study and background explanations in order to be appreciated.
Five in a Row
Five in a Row provides a step-by-step, instructional guide using outstanding children's literature for children ages 4-8.

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