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Any books with ideas to keep homeschooling interesting and fun?

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How about one of these books: The Ultimate Book of Homeschooling Ideas: 500+ Fun and Creative Learning Activities for Kids Ages 3-12by Linda Dobson The Complete Home Learning Source Book: The Essential Resource Guide for Homeschoolers, Parents, and Educators Covering Every Subject from Arithmetic to Zoologyby Rebecca Rupp The Ultimate Homeschool Planner: The Last Planner You Will Ever Needby Learning Launchers, A Champion Press Colaboration The Unschooling Handbook: How to Use the Whole World As Your Child's Classroomby Mary Griffith And let's not forget that music is a great way to make learning fun: One Little Sound - Fun With Phonics And NumbersHap Palmer Learning Basic Skills Through Music Vol. 1Hap Palmer

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