What did we read this week? Our Homeschool Week in Books.

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(FYI: I periscope – @notbefore7 – every Saturday to share these books.  You can find the one for this list here.!)

So what did we read this week?


(How They Croaked: The Awful Ends of the Awfully Famous is one that we read a little each day.)

Our read-aloud chapter books:

Geography, Antarctica Focus:


Fun and Learning, General Literature:

Crunch Munch is a book of the sounds that animals make while eating. It would be a good example of onomatopoeia if you needed one!

Cork and Fuzz is the first book series that my 6 year old is delighted with. He waits for them to come in at the library and then reads them right away!

What do you do with an idea? is a cute story about letting your idea take shape regardless of the opinions of others.

Some Bugs is a picture book nominee for the North Carolina children’s book award.

We love the Bats and the Froggy book series!

So what are you reading?

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2 thoughts on “What did we read this week? Our Homeschool Week in Books.”

  1. Mary, I got to watch your Scope after the fact (as fun as it would have been to watch in Target … ) and loved it. Gonna check out Cork and Fuzz for my new reader and Firefly in July just might kick off our first ever poetry teatime!

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