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  6. Amy- are you able to print the Google books in your free resources such as Sheldon’s primary lessons? I was able to download it but couldn’t print it.
    PS- just found your blog- what a blessing.

    • Sorry this took so long to get back to you…been down w/the flu last week. I honestly haven’t tried printing it off yet. Still deciding on whether to purchase an E tablet for my book pdf’s or whether to invest in a more economical printer to print off and bind my own books.

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  8. Hi. Thank you so much for your list of Free Resources. I also have a list of books that I need (and want 🙂 ) for this year, and if I can’t find it in the library, or free, I will have to buy.

    I have been onto your link for Serle’s Intermediate Language Lessons, and I hate to say this, but I am a technologically challenged mama ! I don’t know how to download it. I don’t even know where it says on the page to download it. Could you perhaps give me some pointers ? Thanks!

  9. I don’t have those 3 headings at all. Is there a specific app. I need to download in order to download 🙂
    I am really enjoying the rest of your blog, all this sharing. Thank you so much. Going through it slowly, but surely.

  10. WOW!!!!! Your blog/site is AWESOME! Thank you so much for taking the time to compile all of this and for sharing it with the rest of us for free! I only wish I had discovered it sooner! I am a homeschooling mother of 5 kiddos, ages 9,7,4,3, and 1 and am almost 8months pregnant with number 6. I only pulled our children out of public school last March. I wanted to homeschool from the get go but my husband wasn’t supportive. Although I did a LOT of “homeschooling” with them while they were enrolled in public school I was still not satisfied with the education they were recieving, nor the amount of time (or lack thereof) we had to do the educational activities I wanted to do with them. Then, miraculously, my husband saw the light last year, only after seeing what we were exposing our children to, the kind of socialization they were getting, and their lack of education they were recieving. I have literally spent LOADS AND LOADS of money on curricula and continue to come back to utilizing the internet, our own home library and public library, as well as a few select workbooks. I am so grateful for people like yourself that so selflessly give back to those of us that are still learning and still finding all those great free resources out there. I hope that one day I may also be able to share my own ideas and great finds to others. Thank you again Amy! I feel certain that I will be using your resource list and tips daily in my homeschool planning… if I could only pick your brain on how to organize it all into a years curriculum, that to me is the hardest part….trying to make sure I am staying organized and am planning as I need to. I question the “flow” of my own self made curriculum, that is where I would love to dig into your brain :-). Once again, thank you so much! You are most appreciated by myself and I’m sure others out there like me!

    • Thank you for your super sweet comment! Like a balm to my soul today as I head into planning my week! Sometimes I feel like I don’t give back at all since I pull from so many other homeschool moms who are offering free notebook pages and such but I don’t have that kind of time to commit. I understand your thankfulness because that’s how I feel towards others homeschool mommas out there! The internet has so blessed us as a community of sharing in that way! I have so many more things to share on my blog about the daily grind of homeschooling and how we do things here but I am pregnant with #7 and it has not been my season to! I’m exhausted by the end of the day and I’ll admit that I’ve been relying on pinterest for much of my organization/planning! I’m hoping to get back to it by this summer during our break. Thanks for letting me know that there are people out there that still want to hear! If you have specific questions, feel free to email me and I’ll gladly ramble on about whatever!

  11. Bless your heart…..I’m exhausted and I’m only expecting number 6. ANd this will be all for us, I have many problems related to pregnancy and have experienced loss that we know it is God’s plan for us to stop now, as our family is complete :-). Congratulations on the new addition coming to your family! I will pray for your health as well as your sanity 😉 and the new baby! My email address is, if you ever wanna chat or just need a moment of prayer or a laugh I would love to talk with you more. This is a perfect example of why I LOVE the homeschooling community so much, everyone is so humble and kind and always so gracious to give to help one another out and even though I am new to the game and may not be able to offer much help in the way of resources, planning, etc. I would like to offer my friendship. Good luck to you again through your pregnancy, can’t wait to see the new posts when you are up to it again. 🙂

  12. Thank you so much for all that you do to provide free links and materials for homeschooling! YOu are a blessing to all homeschool moms out there! Thank you again!
    Debra B Sylvest

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