And then the thought struck me like lightening, "I wonder if he's dyslexic?"
We decided to do something fun with our last week in February, and I thought it would be great to share what we did, and all the things we learned. In short, we held a fundraiser read-a-thon. It was a great way to get my kids doing all sorts of homeschool learning, raise a little money for the classroom, and have fun while doing it. Scroll through our slideshow below for a quick, visual overview of how it went, and then scroll down for more details!
Why a Read-A-Thon?
I have been homeschooling my children for about four years (six if you include preschool years!) and I love every moment. Even the hard ones. Homeschool is a family affair, and family is my everything.
*** Disclaimer: I am currently a full-time homeschooling mom of three beautiful children, a homesteader with animals and a garden to care for, an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and the Relief Society President in my ward. I am building this page as I find time, so please bear with me if things seem sparse around here for a little while! ***
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