The Homeschooled Scholar
black history Month
Black History Month is an annual celebration of achievements by Black people and a time for emphasizing not recognizing our vital role in the history of the United States. Every year I craft our learning experiences, fieldtrips, lessons, projects and readings for the month. You can read more in detail in my blog post here.
But this year, I wanted to do something slightly different. Most of you who follow me know that I am an avid reader and have instilled a love of reading in my three homeschooled children. We want to share our love of reading with you and your young scholars while also highlighting the wonderful books by Black authors.
For this month, 28 days, we challenge you to read one book/story per day to or with your child that is written by a Black author. You can join our challenge by registering below and then using our digital book log (sent after registration) to keep track of books read. At the end of the month, we will select one lucky scholar and family to receive this awesome prize pack:
Free age appropriate books by Black authors for your scholar, a $50 value
Free copies of The Homeschooled Scholar's Handwriting books, a $50 value
Free homeschool consultation, a $125 value
Free copy of The Homeschooled Scholar's homeschool planner, a $30 value
ALL scholars will receive a certificate of participation and printable bookmark.