Interaction in the community has been booming! I have the longest list of names from comments in the community, ever, and leading the charge with conversation on every single post this week is @cmplxty. I think I may have actually lost count on how many different posts he's commented on. I don't think anyone could be near keeping up with him, but it's lovely to see a newer name, @carolynstahl, who came in second with comments on 3 different posts. Then @anli takes third place putting !wines and !beers on the table for us as usual.
This week @ryivhnn has had a marathon sharing spree on the last few months of homeschooling miscellany. I'll just link the latest one here, but they're both worth reading, especially if you want hands on learning ideas.
@fiberfrau brings us a literacy lesson, with some British history to boot, in British Literature: Heroic Couplets, Epigrams, and Satire
If you need any more English lessons here's @englishwithnate and this week's words.
@justinparke’s girls have been using photography and blogging as part of their homeschooling journey. There are so many lessons to be gleaned this way.
@arrliinn's @divinekids have been learning about growing plants and are becoming quite talented presenters too, as they show us what they're doing.
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