Weekend Web Wandering – February 13, 2016

We’ve got a full weekend and I’ve saved a lot of links, so let’s get on with the show.

weekly links round-up


  • What Ivy League Students are Reading That You Aren’t by Christopher Ingraham in The Washington Post. I don’t necessarily think we should all read these books, but it is interesting to compare.
  • Lovely post from Heidi at Mt. Hope Chronicles: Self-Education. Sometimes we homeschool mamas need this reminder.
  • Reading History from Different Perspectives by Brandy at Afterthoughts. I enjoyed this reminder (even though I do not use Ambleside) and then later in the week I also saw this post from The Common Room Blog: Finding Unbiased History Books for School. (Hint: there are none.)
  • High School’s Not to Late too Start Homeschooling by Penelope Trunk. Two things I appreciated about this post: the reminder that it’s never too late to change something that’s not working and asking children to make these decisions for themselves is probably not a fair situation.
  • Romance + Reading = Love by Hayley at Redeemed Reader. I love a well-written romance, wherever I find it.



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  1. It was my honor. I kinda can’t believe you let me post it :)