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I’m participating in a Summer Camp this week in which each day has a different theme. We have what I would like to call an extensive homeschool library. We collected at used book stores, garage sales, the goodwill, friends, and even Amazon quite often when I needed something specific.
Whenever we studied a particular topic, I put the books we had surrounding the topic in the “Book Basket” so they were readily available for the kids to explore. The picture shows a time we were studying scientists.
I had books in my stash for just about every day this week. It brought back so many memories of teaching the same topics to my kids.
How to tell a Turtle from a Tortoise
We laughed and learned so much from this book. Even as the adults! It was a great edition to our Nature Studies.
This one was when Lauren studied Sound for hr Science fair project. I had a very hard time finding books! I’m so glad I will get more use out of it!
This book got USED! over and over. Colored stamp pads, finger paint – you name it. We did so many fun projects with fingerprint art! I highly Recommend this and the other books in the series. We have SEVERAL!
I never passed up a Magic School Bus book! They are just as funny as the show. I’m sure today’s kids would like the show “better”, however – my kids were not allowed TV, so the book basket with MSB books was always a hit!
Each evening we spend time where the only purpose was to read – everyone was doing it…Mom, Dad and kids. We picked something from the book basked and read individually. This enhanced our topics and gave us plenty to talk about!
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