October 1, 2020

The following post will be a blog archive copy of the Build Your Library’s October 2020 Monthly Newsletter. If you missed the email, you can subscribe to our mailing list here. [Scheduled to be sent 10/01/20 8:00 AM EST] Hey everybody, it’s Emily from Build Your Library! If you are just going to skim the … Continue reading "October 2020 Monthly Newsletter"


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September 1, 2020

The following post will be a blog archive copy of the Build Your Library’s September 2020 Monthly Newsletter. If you missed the email, you can subscribe to our mailing list here. [Scheduled to be sent 09/01/20 8:00 AM EST] Hey everybody, it’s Emily from Build Your Library! If you are just going to skim the … Continue reading "September 2020 Monthly Newsletter"


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August 31, 2020

Welcome to the 10th installment of the Build Your Library Read Aloud Book Club! The October 2020 theme is “Thrills and Chills“. This month’s selection is just the right amount of spooky, with some magical elements. It was such a fun read I finished it in 2 sittings!  It’s a perfect Halloween read-aloud for the … Continue reading "Purchase: Read Aloud Book Club Pack"


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August 30, 2020

Can you believe it’s almost fall? In some ways, it feels as if time doesn’t really exist in 2020. Wasn’t June just yesterday? But where we live the air is already starting to grow cooler. Before you know it, the leaves will start to change into beautiful shades of gold and brown and spooky Halloween … Continue reading "Fall 2020 Releases You and Your Children Should Look Out For!"


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August 30, 2020

In the next few months, our nation will be electing a new president. Our children are not too young to learn about the in’s and out’s of our election system. This is a very exciting time and they should be a part of it!  Who will be our next president? How did these two candidates … Continue reading "Unit Study – Election 2020"


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August 29, 2020

This past week I ran a series of articles helping you (and me!) get ready for the new school year. Personally, I love this time of year – like Anne Shirley, I excitedly look forward to a whole new year with no mistakes in it yet. We collect our materials, plan our schedules and get … Continue reading "Back to “Home” School Series (B2HS)"


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August 28, 2020

This is the 5th and final post in my Back to “Home” School blog series. So far this week, I’ve given advice to the new homeschooling mother, helped you to get your school materials organized, and given you tips to avoid burnout, and shown you a variety of ways to make your own timeline. Today … Continue reading "B2HS: Tips for a Great First Day"


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August 27, 2020

 This is the 4th post in my Back to “Home” School blog series. So far this week, I’ve given advice to the new homeschooling mother, helped you to get your school materials organized, and given you tips to avoid burnout. Today we’re going to talk about timelines! Timelines are essential when it comes to showing … Continue reading "B2HS: Build Your Own Timeline 101"


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August 26, 2020

This is the third post in my Back to “Home” School blog series. I’ve given some advice to new homeschooling mothers and helped you to get your materials organized for a great year. Today, I’m going to give you some tips to avoiding burn out. Whether this is your first year or your 13th, no … Continue reading "B2HS: Tips for Avoiding Homeschooling Burn Out"


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August 25, 2020

This is the second post in the Back to “Home” School series. Yesterday I gave some advice to new homeschooling mothers, and today, we’ll be discussing how to get organized. So you bought your curriculum and you went school supply shopping… now what? If you’re like most homeschooling parents, you’re probably hoping to find a … Continue reading "B2HS: Getting Organized for the New Homeschool Year"


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