Books We Read, Homeschooling, Literature

What did we read this week? Our Homeschool Week in Books.

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(FYI: I periscope – @notbefore7 – every Saturday to share these books.  You can find the one for this list here.!)

So what did we read this week?

Non-fiction:

(How They Croaked: The Awful Ends of the Awfully Famous is one that we read a little each day.)

Our read-aloud chapter books:

Geography, Antarctica Focus:

Poetry:

Fun and Learning, General Literature:

Crunch Munch is a book of the sounds that animals make while eating. It would be a good example of onomatopoeia if you needed one!

Cork and Fuzz is the first book series that my 6 year old is delighted with. He waits for them to come in at the library and then reads them right away!

What do you do with an idea? is a cute story about letting your idea take shape regardless of the opinions of others.

Some Bugs is a picture book nominee for the North Carolina children’s book award.

We love the Bats and the Froggy book series!

So what are you reading?

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Mary is a writer and mother to four kids ranging from elementary to high school.

She believes that creativity, laughter, and fun are the backbone for engaging and inspiring homeschools. You can find her encouragement and tips on this blog, Mary Hanna Wilson.

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2 Comments

  • Reply Lynna @hswothetrainingwheels February 28, 2016 at

    Mary, I got to watch your Scope after the fact (as fun as it would have been to watch in Target … ) and loved it. Gonna check out Cork and Fuzz for my new reader and Firefly in July just might kick off our first ever poetry teatime!

    • Reply notbefore7@gmail.com March 6, 2016 at

      I hope your new reader enjoys it as much as mine has!!!

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