I’m going to stop posting regular updates to this blog. I have not been able to give it attention, and now that I haven’t been making lapbooks to give away, interest has lagged. I only make materials when we need them, but there are so many resources out there all ready that I haven’t felt the need to make much recently. Most of what I make now are sheets to go along with experiments or books in the curriculum. I’m still here. The blog will remain up. If you leave a comment, I’ll see it. I may post from time to time, but I’m not going to attempt to update you weekly with what we are doing for school.
You can still see exactly what we do for school to get links or ideas. You can go to the Easy Peasy All in One Homeschool and click on Math or Biology, for example. I list in bold the minor topics like Place Value or Digestive System. You can see exactly what materials we used and what activities we do. I will also post there from time to time about the things we do for school.
My focus is now on working on my curriculum, which I do daily. This blog was the first step towards the creation of the curriculum. I actually never even intended to be a blogger. I just started this blog originally to show the grandparents (on a different continent) what the kids were doing for school, but I unintentionally gained a following, getting more than a hundred visitors a day.
If you are using my curriculum or considering it, you can still scroll down and look at past posts and see what types of materials and activities the curriculum uses. The freebies will all still be here. There are some more, basically notebooking pages, listed on the Simply Lapbooks group.
Thanks everyone for your support over the last few years. I’m glad I could help and encourage some of you. I’m still trying to do that. I now get emails from families saying that they wouldn’t be able to continue homeschooling if they didn’t have my curriculum. Others write about their circumstances and how they found themselves suddenly needing to homeschool when they had planned on their children going to school. For those overseas it offers them accessible resources. For those who’ve lost jobs it offers free resources. For those who have never homeschooled, it offers knowing exactly what to do each day. Everyone has different needs and circumstances, but they all found that the curriculum is meeting the need they were faced with. I love being the Lord’s tool to bless others.
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