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My need to be professional is often at odds with being a 2E wife and mother. ADHD leads to grand ideas. Gifts and talents lead to recognizing where there are needs and how my abilities could meet those needs. However, the biggest lesson I've learned (re-learned?), in the past year is that the big picture must be accounted for. Provision Academy as a homeschooling center is likely at least 5 years off.
In the meantime, helping and homeschooling are still of central importance to me. With a newly 2 year old and and 8 year old who is not yet reading fluently, I wanted to figure out what I could offer to serve others, that would fit our lifestyle.
Enter LoveLitLearning. LoveLitLearning is literature based activities. Each month, 4 books are chosen to fit a theme. August's theme is Summer. All of the books are those that I get from the local library (aka free). Visit WorldCat.org to search for these books at your library.
The activities cover multiple topics and are geared for all ages. It is my hope that this will be an inexpensive, fun way to read and learn with your children. While I'm a homeschooler and develop the curriculum with homeschoolers in mind, the activities should be suitable for any family.
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Shay Malone is a developmental education specialist. A certified teacher (emotional and learning disabilities and middle school mathematics) with a background in psychology, she has worked with children and families for over 15 years in many different capacities. She believes that emotional growth is just as important as academic achievement. Shay is an advocate for homeschooling, exceptional learners and quality education.