FREE Summer Reading Log and I Homeschool!, A Read-Aloud and Reader for Young Homeschool Students-Buy It Now!

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Summer Reading Programs will be underway soon, and I would love to share a free Summer-themed Reading Log with you!  I plan on using this with my children over the next few months.  Hopefully each child will fill up a few sheets!

To download your Summer Reading Log Printable, Click here: caabsummerreadinglog

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Our school year is coming to a close, and I’ve found the time to complete a few projects that have been on my heart.  As a homeschool mom, I’m always on the lookout for fun resources for my children that emphasis the importance of homeschooling.  I hope that this will be burned in their heart for the good of future generations!

I also pray that my children do not feel like they are the only homeschool students in their community!  When we were just starting out they felt this way sometimes.  As we’ve found our way along during this homeschool journey we have made friends that homeschool as well.

While visiting local bookstores and the library in July and August, many books about starting public kindergarten and riding the school bus are on display.  While I believe that this is a wonderful resource for public school students, my hope is that homeschoolers would have this type of story to read as well.

Thus, this little ebook was born!  The description reads:

I Homeschool! is a read-aloud for ages 3-7, and a reader for grades 1-3. Join colorful characters as they explain the fun that they have while homeschooling.  I have been a “homeschool mom” for 10 years, and during that time I’ve noticed a lack of books for our young children to read about homeschooling.  I pray that this story will get your child excited about their learning endeavors.

This read-aloud transisitions into a reader for older children. Throughout the text difficult words are in red the first time that they appear. A reading list with these words can be found on the “Note to Parents” before the story begins. Please feel free to go over these words with your children.

Copyright 2014. This file is a PDF.  For personal use only.  15 pages.

At the beginning of this book, a “Note to Parents” reads:

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During this 15-page story, your child will read about a parent’s prayerful decision to begin homeschooling, and then the fun they have learning along the way!  For example, your child will read about learning different subjects, traveling while schooling, and how their parents help them if they do not understand a concept.

Here are a few sample pages:

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This ebook is written in fairly simple language, which is perfect for preschoolers to about 2nd grade as a read-aloud.  Colorful clip-art of both boys and girls is included.  This story then becomes a reader for 1st-3rd grade students.

Please note, this is a digital book in PDF format.

To purchase, please click on the “Buy Now” button below.

Price: $3.99

If you have a blog and would like to do a review and/or giveaway of I Homeschool! for your readers, please contact me at childrenareablessing1@gmail.com.

Possibly linking to:  

Growing Home, Tending the Home Tuesdays, Raising HomemakersBabies and BeyondWhat Joy Is MineA Wise Woman Builds Her Home ,Walking Redeemed, A Proverbs 31 WifeThe Modest MomA Mama’s StoryMom’s the Word , Mommy MomentsHearts For Home,  Time Warp Wife, Graced Simplicity, Christian Mommy BloggerFaith Filled Fridays, Marriage, Motherhood, and Missions,Wholehearted Home,Serving Joyfully, The Art of Homemaking Mondays,Cornerstone Confessions,  Good Tips Tuesday,  Paradise Praises

 

 

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14 Thoughts on “FREE Summer Reading Log and I Homeschool!, A Read-Aloud and Reader for Young Homeschool Students-Buy It Now!

  1. These both look great! I especially like the reading log. I appreciate resources that turn kids to books instead of things like TV!
    (Visiting from the Thrive @ Home link-up.)

  2. I love the reading log!! Thank you for sharing. I am gathering several things together to start my kids on a summer program. This will fit in perfectly!! Thanks again! Pinning!

  3. I love the reading log too! While Little Boy is yet too young to do some actual reading there are lots of snippets of time throughout the day when we both can be found with a book, so I’m confident this one will come in handy one day. Thanks for sharing!

  4. What great resources! Thanks for sharing at Wow Me Wednesday!

  5. What an adorable printable, and right on time! Thank you for linking up over at Managing Your Blessings for The Homeschool Mother’s Journal! And congrats on your new book! Yay!!

  6. Funny that this post jumped out at me in the #mummymondays linky, as I am considering homeschooling my children. The first step is the scariest.

  7. What a cute book! I always laugh when people at extracurricular activities learn my kids are home schooled and seem surprised. Even though homeschooling is growing leaps and bounds the old stereotypes remain. Thanks for sharing via Family Fun Friday.

  8. Thank you for the printable. My daughter is just learning to read and she loves to copy down the title of book when she is finished. 🙂

  9. Thanks for joining us last week on Good Tips Tuesday. Just wanted to share that this post was selected to be a feature post for this coming week!

  10. what fun resources! Thanks for linking up with The Thoughtful Spot!

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