Recently I stumbled upon these GREAT "Do it yourself homeschool journals" from Dyslexia Games. Sarah Brown, the author, specializes is Dyslexia Therapy. She is a homeschooling mama to 10 (like me!) and started creating these journals to help guide learning in her home and then decided to share them with others!
These journals can be used as the base of your childs learning or in edition to (which is how I plan to use them). On my blog I will be doing a LOT of reviews and give aways with these journals. I bought a BUNCH for my kids and then talked with the author to do some reviews (Because I was THAT IMPRESSED), she offered to send me some more things to keep and review and even more things to giveaway to all you all!!!! Talk about generous! Anyway, Here is a preview of some of the things I have to stir your interest!
One last thing: I am not the only one impressed and excited! My Kids CAN NOT WAIT to dig in to these journals! They are excited about filling them in, tracking their learning with their own interests independently and just having "FUN SCHOOLING" as my 12 year old son called it after looking through his journal! So FEAST YOUR EYES and hope over to the facebook page as well!
About the books:
Now your child can turn any stack of books into a homeschooling curriculum. This handbook is an activity book and daily journal that allows your student to have a customized education without creating a lot of extra work for parents.
Choose the Journal with your child's favorite cover to get started, they are all a little different on the inside. We have 20 to choose from!
We have over 20 Homeschooling Journals to choose from! Start with your child's favorite cover, all the books are a little different on the inside so you can use them year round.
Many students are more interested in real books than in textbooks! This is an excellent way to help your students to develop their talents, interests and deepen their knowledge of topics that are meaningful to them. Just visit the library and bring home 6 to 9 great books!
Each workbook includes 30 Lessons, with 10 pages for each lesson, providing four hours of guided learning time.
This homeschooling handbook was created by Sarah Janisse Brown, a dyslexia therapist and game designer with ten children. Sarah has over 25 years of homeschooling experience.
This curriculum handbook is wonderful for busy families. If you have babies and toddlers who need a lot of attention the older children can use this journal for all their subjects!
This workbook is appropriate for dyslexic students, it includes Art & Logic Games to help with dyslexia, and uses the Open Dyslexic Font for easy reading.
This book can be used as a handbook for: Delight Directed Learning, Documenting Your Unschooling Journey,Charlotte Mason Inspired Homeschooling, Eclectic Homeschooling, Classical Homeschooling and Fun-Schooling.
Want to read more about these journals? Go here!