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Seasonal Homeschooling: Favorite Resources

Hello again my friends! Why yes ... this would indeed be the 2nd post from me to you in one day! Crazy, I know - but I have lots of things I want to share in regards to my talk for the Inspire Virtual Conference this Friday - sign up is FREE and open to all! So I'm trying to get as many posts up before my afternoon chat, "Seasonal Homeschooling: Cultivating a Gentle, Grateful Year." :)

(Oh, and for those who asked, I will be able to share a link post-webinar for those who can't join us on Friday ... so, yay!)

For this evening's post though, I'd like to share some of my favorite "go-to" resources when it comes to our seasonal homeschooling. I've had most of these books for many years - many are nature-based, some are Waldorf-inspired and several are geared toward Catholic tradition. ALL have been wonderful as I brainstorm ideas for exploring our themes for the year!

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All Year RoundFestivals, Family and FoodMaking the Children's YearNaturally Fun Parties for KidsFindus, Food & Fun: Seasonal Crafts and Nature ActivitiesA Child's Seasonal TreasuryUsborne Book of the SeasonsMrs. Sharp's TraditionsWhen the Moon is Full: A Lunar YearBe BlestFestivals with ChildrenStorytelling with Children 
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The Butt'ry Shelf AlmanacChina Bayle's Book of DaysMary's Flowers: Gardens, Legends & MeditationsCatholic Traditions in the GardenHolidays & Holy NightsA Book of Feasts and SeasonsA Continual FeastCatholic Traditions in the Home and ClassroomEarth Psalms: Reflections on How God Speaks through NatureAll Creation Waits: The Advent Mystery of New BeginningsEarthways: Simple Environmental Activities for Young ChildrenThe Catholic Parent Book of FeastsThe Big Book of Catholic Customs and Traditions

I have lots of other resources for seasonal planning, but these are the ones I tend to reach for most often. I'd love to hear about yours, too!

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Have a wonderful Thursday, my friends! More "seasonal planning" posts to come in the next day or so! And please let me know if you have any specific questions you'd like me to address in my talk!

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