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The World is Our Classroom Review & Giveaway!

The Brown family definitely is a great example of real life homeschooling and/or  traveling homeschoolers.
They are a super family and am thankful to call them my friends.
Sarah and her family are super sweet and you can see the love of Christ in their hearts.
  I was privileged and honored to stay a weekend with them. It was a joy getting to know the Browns.
Sarah has a sweet spirit about her. You can see Jesus in her beautiful smile.
So this next giveaway is very special because it's a scrapbook of an amazing family! 
A God fearing, Jesus loving, I want to tell others about God, kind of family.
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 Full color book!
Take a peek inside by watching my video review!

Would you like to win this amazing scrapbook?!?!


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12 comments

  1. Thanks for the chance to win this amazing book❤️ ( Michelle Farnsworth)

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  2. Fantastic! Thank you for sharing so much!

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  3. Thanks for the opportunity! I am slowly learning to make the world our school, although I wish I had discovered this type of learning many years ago so our older children could have enjoyed it.

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    1. Me too with wishing I'd discovered this type of learning when we first started. Thank you for entering.

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  4. We make the world our classroom through books, dvds, games, crafts, and cooking.

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    1. This is how we make the world our classroom too. Thank you for entering!

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  5. We take a small notepad with us when we go out, whether it be the grocery store, zoo, or museum. We write down things we want to learn more about or questions we want to look up once we are at home.

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    1. Great idea! Thanks! And thank you for entering.

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  6. May I ask a question? Why is it called "Rome-schooling?" Curious.

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    1. Good question! Here's the answer:
      After traveling for most of 2014 we ended up in Rome, Italy. We told the kids that our visit to Rome was part of our "World History Homeschool Field Trip". Then one of the kids asked... How can we call it homeschooling without a home? Another child was quick to reply "We don't Homeschool! We Rome-School!" So here is our Rome-Schooling Scrapbook!

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  7. Thank you for sharing all these amazing books! WE love The Thinking Tree!

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