You’re busy educating your children. It’s hard to filter through all the great homeschooling ideas and resources available online to find the real gems. While there’s no way I can read it all either, I do want to share a few can’t-miss articles with you each week. If you find or write something homeschool-related that you think is hot, please comment or contact me and I’ll consider including it in the next week’s installment. Just click on the orange article titles that interest you and enjoy! You’ll bless the authors if you share them.
Heather of The Joyful Family describes what happened when she realized she had forgotten a play date at her house. I think we ought to give every mom passes to use for just this occasion!
When you’re struggling in some aspect of your homeschooling, it’s tempting to keep it to yourself and try harder. Renee Gotcher of NextGenHomeschool explains the risks of not reaching out.
Unschooling is like homeschooling is to traditional schoolers. It can be confusing, even for those of us who homeschool. Jenny does a great job clarifying what unschooling is all about at Heart of the Matter. You might decide it’s a good choice for your family.
Elizabeth Curry, also at Heart of the Matter, outlines readings and objects you could hang on branches to help your children prepare for Easter. She recommends clay or pictures, but I’m thinking this is an opportunity for a Christian company in the future!
Whether it’s illness or weather keeping you cooped up, these are great, easy ideas especially for the youngers from Jean of The Artful Parent.
Have you entered the giveaway for America from the Beginning on the website?