Poolside Professional Development 3 {Episode 74}

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Poolside professional development 3

{Episode 74}

It’s here sisters – tons of book ideas for you, plus your permission slip to read outside this summer!

Whether you hit the pool, the campground, or the backyard while your kids jump on the trampoline, Cait + Kara are sharing some books they hope to tackle during “summer break.”

This is their third Poolside Professional Development Episode. Make sure you check out the first and second installments!

The sisters are going on break for a bit. They’ll be back with new episodes in the fall. Stay Sweet. See You Next Year and Love Ya Like a Sis! And don’t forget to use the hashtag #poolsideprofessionaldevelopment and tag us in your photos so that we can all share the book love!

This episode is sponsored by Big Life Journal, Green Chef, and Epic!

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Put it in your back pocket: Preparing for homeschool slumps

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Put it in your back pocket Preparing for homeschool slumps | The Homeschool Sisters PodcastWritten by Caitlin Fitzpatrick Curley of My Little Poppies

Put it in your back pocket: Preparing for homeschool slumps

This summer, we started our mornings with Coffee and Books on the back patio. As the kids ate breakfast, I read aloud. For much of the summer, this was the extent of our homeschooling. I’d read until they lost interest, or until it was time to head to the pool.

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What’s That Noise! Summer Survival Strategies {Episode 2}

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What’s That Noise! Summer Survival Strategies {S1E2}

The transition to summer can be a tricky one. Finding a rhythm that works for all members of your family is no small feat. As a homeschool mom who has been running full throttle all year long, you need a break. But is a break even possible? While you fantasize about ice cream sandwiches and leisurely summer reading on the front porch, your children might be craving more structure and routine. Continue reading