Finishing Strong #61 - Eva Varga

September 30, 20151

Welcome Back to another inspiring week at Finishing Strong!

Thank you so much for joining us again. We love being a part of this community and learning about all the wonderful activities everyone is taking part in around the world. We appreciate that you take the time to share with us.


Heather at Blog She Wrote

Heidi at Starts at Eight

Megan & Susan at Education Possible

As before, in addition to the post that received the most visits, each of the participating bloggers (listed above) will be selecting our personal favorites, so be sure to stop by each blog to see if your post was selected.

Finishing Strong #61 @EvaVarga.netOur Featured Post

Our featured post this week, Ten Free Sites I Use in My Homeschool Daily, comes from Tara who blogs at This Sweet Life. With a child passionate about classical music, how did I not know about Classics for Kids? Thank you, Tara, for sharing this site (and nine others) with us. We can’t wait to explore it in more depth.

Finishing Strong #61

My Personal Favorites

I love Beth’s post, Five Reasons Why You Should Require Your Child to Self-Edit at Classes by Beth. My kids have been doing significantly more writing this past year and encouraging them to self-edit has not only saved me time – but has improved their writing as well as their attitude towards writing. Her reasons are as valid in English composition as they are in foreign language. Finishing Strong #61

I have a hard time getting my little man to read much of anything other than mod codes for Minecraft or sheet music. I am confidant that we’ll find titles of interest in Heather’s list of Top 10 + Sci-Fi & Futuristic Books for Teens, at Joyful Socks Mom.

Finishing Strong #61 @EvaVarga.netLastly, I’d like to highlight a post from Starts at Eight, Hands-On Geography: Volcanoes. Heidi’s post is very timely for us and was a great refresher on the geology of volcanoes as we’ve recently returned from a visit to Pompeii and the island of Santorini- both of which are volcanic. She does an excellent job of describing the different types of volcanoes and provides classic instructions to model a volcanic eruption.Finishing Strong #61

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One comment

  • Heidi Ciravola

    September 30, 2015 at 9:51 am

    Awesome! So glad the volcano post was useful for you. Thanks for featuring it!

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