Our 4th annual Homeschool Super Heroes has been a huge success this past week. We are blessed to have such great people to work with. If you’re wondering who this year’s Super Heroes are, click here for a listing of each super hero and their topics.
In case you missed any of our interviews, you can still get the recordings, transcripts & cheat sheets right here:
Well…we have more giveaways all weekend – thru Monday night.
Actually 3 giveaways!
Sharla Kostelyk, of Chaos & Clutter, is donating 3 of her ebooks as giveaways. Learn a little more about each book & what you can learn on Monday afternoon.
Sensory Bins are a simple and inexpensive learning tool that can benefit all children. Whether you are interested in incorporating sensory bins into your home, classroom, preschool, Day Care, or homeschool, this guide will provide you the necessary knowledge and ideas to get started.
It includes idea lists, storage and money saving tips, information on using sensory bins with Sensory Processing Disorder, and helpful recipes.
Shield: A Framework of Self-Care for Foster and Adoptive Families, by Sharla Kostelyk, is a must read for anyone thinking of fostering or adopting, and also for those who are well into their journeys of fostering and/or adoption. As a relatively new foster and adoptive parent, I laughed and cried my way through this helpful guide as I recognized Sharla’s struggles as my own, realized that I am not alone, and found solutions to help me through the difficult days. With her non judgement, knowledge and wit, Ms. Kostelyk gives realistic advice for fostering and adoptive families. Self care is a critical part of preparing and succeeding at the foster and adoption ride of your life!”
-Michelle, foster and adoptive mom
In 2009, Imagine Adoptions went bankrupt, stranding 43 children in their Transition Home in Ethiopia including our son and daughter. This is the story of our fight to bring them home safely.
That These Two Will Live: An Adoption Memoir looks like a “must read” on my list.
What do you think?