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The How To’s For Book Clubs: Example of a Teen Themed Book Club

The How To’s For Book Clubs: Example of a Teen Themed Book Club

Welcome to the tenth day of 10 Days of The How To’s For Book Clubs. Today is the final day in this series, or at least it was supposed to be! 😉 (I will be posting one last book list next week as a Bonus Post). I thought I would share with you an example(…)

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The How To’s For Book Clubs:  Popular Children & Teen Book Series

The How To’s For Book Clubs: Popular Children & Teen Book Series

Welcome to the ninth day of 10 Days of The How To’s For Book Clubs. This is the fourth out of five book lists that I have created for this series. Today’s list will include popular book series for both younger children and teens. If you have checked out my other books lists in this(…)

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The How To’s For Book Clubs: Favorite Books For Girls

The How To’s For Book Clubs: Favorite Books For Girls

Welcome to the eighth day of 10 Days of The How To’s For Book Clubs. Today’s list was created with girls in mind. Now before you start to jump about labeling genders, I didn’t create this thinking that boys wouldn’t enjoy these books too, but these books either have female main characters or seem like(…)

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The How To’s For Book Clubs: Favorite Books For Boys

The How To’s For Book Clubs: Favorite Books For Boys

Welcome to the seventh day of 10 Days of The How To’s For Book Clubs. Today I have compiled a list of books that may appeal to our boys. Now please don’t jump on me about the gender thing. I am very aware that these may not appeal to some boys, but may appeal to(…)

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The How To’s For Book Clubs: Elementary Age Book List

The How To’s For Book Clubs: Elementary Age Book List

Welcome to the sixth day of 10 Days of The How To’s For Book Clubs. This is a list of elementary aged books that we have loved throughout our years with our children. With our book clubs we have had reading abilities that varied greatly. In the younger years some of the children cannot read(…)

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The How To’s For Book Clubs: Kids Books to Rev Up The Imagination

The How To’s For Book Clubs: Kids Books to Rev Up The Imagination

Welcome to the fifth day of 10 Days of The How To’s For Book Clubs. Today I am happy to share a guest post with you from Elaine Wynn about some books that can really transport our kids into new, imaginative places! I imagine you’ve seen plenty of lists packed to the brim with amazing(…)

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The How To’s For Book Clubs: Finding or Starting Your Own Book Club

The How To’s For Book Clubs: Finding or Starting Your Own Book Club

Welcome to the third day of 10 Days of The How To’s For Book Clubs. Today we are talking about finding a book club that suits you. Or if you can’t find one that works, then we will talk about how to start a book club of your own! Having been an avid reader all(…)

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The How To’s For Book Clubs: Types of Book Clubs

The How To’s For Book Clubs: Types of Book Clubs

Welcome to the second day of 10 Days of The How To’s of Book Clubs. Today we are going to talk about the types of book clubs. Over the years I have been involved in a multitude of book clubs. I think you might be surprised at what you can find or create if you(…)

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10 Days of…. The How To’s For Book Clubs

10 Days of…. The How To’s For Book Clubs

Over the next 10 days I will be covering everything you ever wanted to know about book clubs. From the types of book clubs, how to run one, even book lists and activity suggestions to get you started! The How To’s for Book Clubs Day One: Overview/Landing Page Day Two: Types of Books Clubs Day(…)

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What Are Your “Must Have” Homeschool Items? G+ Hangout

What Are Your “Must Have” Homeschool Items? G+ Hangout

Everyone’s homeschool looks different. Every parent and child has different needs. What works for you may not work for me. That being said, we all are just a little curious about what people are using and loving in their homeschools! When I sat down to think about what are the “must have” items for us,(…)

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How to Organize Your Homeschool Year with Homeschool Tracker

How to Organize Your Homeschool Year with Homeschool Tracker

I have always been an organizer, a list maker, a type-A high stress need to get things done and checked off kind of person.  This desire was no different when it came to beginning homeschooling my first in 2006.  I love the smell of new books, the feel of new notebooks, and pencils, and the(…)

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The How To’s of Homeschool Socialization

The How To’s of Homeschool Socialization

To many people, the words homeschool and socialization do not belong in the same sentence. But why? Why do we believe that homeschool socialization doesn’t exist? Why can socialization happen only if your kids public school? Define Socialization How would I define socialization? I believe that socialization at its very core is a process by(…)

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