Circle Time: Plan the Best Part of your Homeschool Day written by Kendra Fletcher of Preschoolers and Peace come up for review I wasn't sure what to expect. I pictured me trying to get my teenagers on the floor in a circle to listen to stories and sing songs. I knew that just wasn't going to work.
I received the ebook and was able to download it right away. This ebook is just about 33 pages long. I was able to read through it with ease. I decided to print it out and put it in a binder. That is a lot easier for me.
Do not let the title fool you like it did me. This book is full of useful ideas for kids of all ages. It gave me a lot of ideas I plan on incorporating into our school day. Even with kids who are older like mine, I did get a lot of useful ideas.
I have never been a planner. Especially when it comes to our schooling. I usually spend time the night before "planning" out what we will do the following day. So I was really thrilled to see that I could use this as a way to loosely plan what we would do.
A few suggestions we decided to use in our day is the Prayer "box" and Scripture Memory box. Although our prayer box isn't a box at all. It's a binder we will be using. I have divided the binder up according to the days of the week. Each day we pray for a different missionary family we know. We also pray daily for friends, family and our church. There are extra lines at the bottom of the pages for prayer requests we get at church each week.
Circle Time on the Preschoolers and Peace website for only $4.99.
You can see what the other reviewers are saying about this book at the Schoolhouse Review Crew Blog.