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Celebrating the seasons is so important to me while homeschooling. I hope my kids remember their younger years with apple crafts and pumpkin picking. Science projects and lots of reading aloud.
This month I have some classics and a few holiday books thrown in. November always flies by in our house with birthdays and our wedding anniversary. Add Thanksgiving to that and we usually only have about 3 weeks of school. I picked carefully what we are going to read. Just a few to round out the school days.
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Wynken, Blynken, and Nod
The Very First Thanksgiving
10 Fat Turkeys
The Story of the Pilgrims
The Berenstain Bears Give Thanks
What Makes Day and Night
Oh, The Things You Can Do That Are Good For You!
What are you reading this November?
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