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Weekend homeschool links: July 22nd

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Hi friends – One of our own fellow homeschool mamas and writers, Erin Vincent, an active contributor here who writes at her site Nourishing My Scholar, was diagnosed with breast cancer last week. 

Erin is a kind, endlessly supportive and encouraging homeschool mama of two, who faces surgery and treatment over the upcoming months, and we want to help:

A GoFundMe has been set up to raise money for Erin’s surgery, medical expenses, and to support her family at this time. If you can give or share (or both!), it would be such a practical help for her family and also a reminder that she is not alone at this overwhelming time. Thank you! xo

Weekend homeschool links:

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Do you have a middle or high school student who still needs math and/or science courses for the upcoming homeschool year? If so, My Fun Science has a special offer for you:

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