I received a yahoo group email today that really caught my eye. One of the messages was from Sue Patrick's Workbox group. I often read these emails, but don't follow links because they seem to either be to twaddly or secular. Now, while I don't have the opinion that I am better than these things, I am pretty picky about what material I feed my children. So when I received this email with a link and coupon code for a free membership to MightyBookJr.com, I surprisingly followed the link.
The website MightyBookJr.com offers "interactive books that inspire early childhood literacy." With over 850 interactive books in English & Spanish for preschoolers, kindergarteners, or elementary ages, you're sure to find one for your homeschool or family to enjoy. I haven't looked through everything, but I felt that the link to FreelyEducate and MightyBookJr.com was worth your while. Follow the link to FreelyEducate and follow the instructions on how to get your MightyBookJr.com membership for FREE. This has $99.00 value.
While on the FreelyEducate website, I scrolled down and noticed a link to another website that I think it worth looking into. We love books. We comsume books in the old fashioned way, the more modern way via ereaders and occassionally through audio sources. We especially love the old fashioned radio stories, classics read alouds and even the ones that you get from time to time in the the thriftstore on record. Follow this link to get a link to Storynory, a Free Audio story website. My 11 year old just finished reading the paperback version of "The Wizard of Oz" and was pleasantly surprised to see that they have an audio version of it.
I am in no way receiving any priveledges by endorsing these websites. I just wanted to share them out of Christian love for my readers. Please leave a comment and see what you think.