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As our world of information services changes, the public library is also changing. No longer is the library the “shushy” place of the past but many libraries host vibrant programs for all ages and have a vast array of online resources that support lifelong learning.

Homeschooler's Guide to the 21st Century Public Library

Barr, Catherine. Best Books for Middle School and Junior High School Readers, Grades 6-9. 3rd ed. Santa Barbara, CA: Libraries Unlimited, 2013.  Now thoroughly updated to include the latest best books, this essential resource for middle school and junior high school libraries and public libraries supplies information on more than 11,000 in-print titles, most of which have been recommended in at least two reviewing journals.

Best Books for Middle School and Junior High School Readers, Grades . Santa Barbara, CA: Libraries Unlim.

How to Read with Kids to Promote Language Development Part 3 - First Word Users

How to Read with Kids to Promote Language Development - Part 3

Homework Station!  I love this idea!  Especially for those who don't are able to have a special homework desk or area.  This partition helps define each child's own homework space and helps block distractions. from: http://raisingtomorrowsmen.blogspot.com/2009/09/homework-help.html

homework display board, for when one boy is being a little distracting and the other wants to tune him out.

Braille Tales is a wonderful free program from APH (American Printing House for the Blind) to get braille and print books into the hands of young children who are blind or visually impaired.

APH: Dolly Parton's Imagination Library -- 5 Free braille books per year for children 5 and under (Image: young boy reading brailled book)

College-Attractive Homeschool Transcripts- What to Include. 7 Sisters Homeschool

College-Attractive Homeschool Transcripts- What to Include

College-Attractive Homeschool Transcripts- What to Include as high school students head toward graduation and college applications.

The tall one might be nice to help the kids focus on their work and not their surroundings!

POYEL: Do-able DIY Homework Stations

A portable homework station! This might help the kids stay focused on homework and not their surroundings. I see a craft store visit coming this week!

▶ Government 101 with Founders Academy - YouTube; live, online 1 credit for high school government

Can online learning benefit your homeschool student? This post shares four ways online classes can be beneficial to homeschool families.

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