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The Thinking Tree (Dyslexia Games) Blog Roll


 My family and I have been enjoying our Thinking Tree school days. I thought it would be fun to have a blog roll for all of us mamas using The Thinking Tree.
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Let me introduce myself to all my fellow Thinking Tree mamas! I'm Linda, mom of 6 kiddos. We've been using The Thinking Tree since September of 2015. Some of the kiddos have used them as their main curricula along with Dyslexia Games, others are part-time users, and some are using the supplemental stuff like Spelling Time, Are You a Math Genius, and/or Devotional Journals. The way we use The Thinking Tree Journals evolves and changes so be sure to check in once in a while to read updates!

All you have to do is:
  •  Grab one of the buttons below and place it on your blog - the sidebar is a good place :)
  • Introduce yourself in the comments - (love hearing who's using what journal, ages of children, how long you've been using TTT, etc)
  • If you're a blogger you can link up using the linky at the end of this post.
  • Don't have a blog, that's okay, feel free to introduce yourself and I'd appreciate if you shared this post on your favorite social media!
That's it. Feel free to visit each other, I'm looking forward to getting to know other Thinking Tree mamas =)

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Do you blog regularly about how you use The Thinking Tree or do you have a review you'd like to share? If so please join The Thinking Tree Thursday Link-Up. Each week I feature a Thinking Tree journal or book. You all are welcome to link up and share your blog post.

(please make sure to add The Thinking Tree blog roll button to your sidebar - thank you) 


11 comments

  1. Hello! I'm Michelle. We've been using The Thinking Tree Journals and Dyslexia Games since November 2015.

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    1. Hi, Michelle, thank your for linking up. We are slowly working through Dyslexia Games. With some of the DG books I've had my kiddos go through twice (like the one with letters).

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  2. Hi, I'm Megan. We have been using the Journals and Dyslexia Games series A since October of 2015. My 5 year old is using Dyslexia Games, my 7, 10 and 13 year old use the journals along with their regular curriculum.

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    1. Thank you Megan for linking up. I love seeing how you all use your journals :)

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  3. We've just started using the Thinking Tree journals. So far we only have one but I have two more in my Amazon cart as we "speak." I have three boys but only my oldest two are using these; they are 9 (a week shy of 10) and an 11 year old. Unfortunately my 8 year old does not enjoy anything artsy-- not coloring, not drawing, anything so these books are not a good fit for him.

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    1. My two youngest are 11 and 13. Wow, where has the time gone?!?! My boys are not big on coloring either. They do color once in a while but for the most part I have to encourage them to do it.

      Now my daughter, she'll color. She's older 16yr. she's using some of the DIY journals. If she was younger she'd be in a journal full time ;)

      Thank you for joining the Blog Roll!

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  4. I am Jennifer Fraunfelder. I homeschool 2 girls, ages 10 and 12 and we use the following Thinking Tree books : Winter Journal, Field Trip Journal, Multiplication Games, Are you a Math Genius, Spelling Journal. I use the Homeschooling Handbook for Moms and LOVE it. I also use (I need a new one). And the girls and I share the Secret Village and A Tiny Treasury of Favorite Things Coloring Books. I won a copy of All About Horses Journal and it hasn't arrived yet :) So we are waiting on it. And I have the Spring Journal for the girls to use next as well as a copy of the Girl's Journal and Do It Yourself HOmeschool Journal for the girls to use in the Summer. So I guess you could say we have quite the collection of books. And I also have Series 1 and Series 3 of the Teach Yourself to Draw PDF files. I can't print any of these out yet because our printer is on the fritz. YIKES !! Not good for a homeschool to have a printer broken. LOL .

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    1. Thank you for linking up. I just got the Secret Village and I can't wait to start using it.

      Hope your printer is fixed soon so you can start printing Teach Yourself to Draw. Next week we will hopefully get our routine back and the kids will start the drawing series again.

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  5. Hi I'm Jamie. :) We just started using the Journals from Thinking Tree and still deciding how we will use them. I homeschool 3 girls. Two are mine and one is their best friend. My girls are 11 and 13. Their friend is 11. This is our 7th year of homeschooling!

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    1. Hi, Jamie, thank you for linking up. Do you have a regular curriculum program? Lance and Ethan have completed their first journal and started their second. I plan to use our curriculum with it but our Thinking Tree journey seems to evolve. We keep changing the way we use them :)

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  6. Hi, I'm Deborah. Altogether I have 4 children - 2 sons (26 and 4) and 2 step-daughters (12 and 11). We pulled the youngest daughter out of public school June 2015 because she was falling so far behind her classmates, her reading and writing was closer to a grade one level than the 5th grade she was going to be pushed into. After exhausting every possible choice for my reluctant learner, we came across TTT back in December 2015. In January we switched to Sarah's schedule and have noticed a huge improvement :)

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I love hearing from you all!