Today, we’re discussing the homeschooling parent’s summer reading!
I think it’s important to always be learning. And reading some awesome books is a great way to learn either new ideas, new stories, or things in history. I used to read only fiction, but recently have been on more of a non-fiction kick. A little bit of history, a little bit of true crime, and lots of personal development.
Since I’ve been reading chapter books aloud to my kids, I’ve gotten more interested in incorporating more fiction books in my own reading again. Oh! And audiobooks totally count! Most of my reading has to be audio books so I can listen to the story as I’m cleaning or feeding the baby, etc.
I’ve created a printable to help you plan your summer reading. I’m recommending that you pick 3 fiction books, 2 personal development, and 1 nonfiction book.
I’ve always created a small list of recommended titles!
Also, a fun progress tracker and place to get reviews and give them is Goodreads! There’s also a lot of groups and book clubs on there, so check it out!
Another big WIN with reading books just for you is that its adds to the atmosphere of your homeschool. You will be showing your kids that reading is just a part of life.