10+ Helpful Homeschool Tips to Make Over Your Day!
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10+ Helpful Homeschooling Tips
It’s time for Tip Thursday! We can all use new ideas, tips, and tricks, and I’m teaming up with some of my favorite homeschool bloggers to help. Enjoy!
Dana from the Art Kit (that’s me!) shares some of the best books for kids about homeschooling. Sometimes, it’s helpful for kids to read about other kids who homeschool!
Annette from In All You Do shares some amazing fall bucket list ideas that won’t break the bank. There’s also a free printable to help you plan!
Are you looking for ways to make your homeschool more fun? Misty from Many Seasons of Motherhood shares some innovative ways to help your kids enjoy learning and bring your lesson plans to the next level!
Many kids can benefit from speech therapy, but the services aren’t always easy to find – and they can be expensive! Yvie from Homeschool on the Range shares some free speech therapy ideas to help you help your child at home.
Teaching art can be difficult, especially if you’re not sure how to meet your child’s interests and needs. Sally from Beyond the Stick Figure gives you some great tips for helping your child develop their talents!
Kids learn to read at all different ages, and when your child is reluctant to read, it can be difficult to know how to help them. Jennifer from Sound Foundations Homeschool has information and ideas to help you out!
If you’re a new homeschool mom, chances are you have a lot of questions! The first year of homeschooling is a huge learning curve. Abby from Making Room 4 One More shares 88 things first time homeschool moms should know. Chances are you’ll get your questions answered there!
If you print a lot of worksheets, unit studies, and planning pages, your printer probably gets quite the workout! If you’re thinking of getting a new one, Sara from Heart and Soul Homeschooling has some tips to help you choose the best printer for your homeschool.
If you have a child with sensory needs, a sensory room can be a huge asset. Penny from Our Crazy Adventures in Autismland shares some ideas to create a DIY sensory room on a budget!
We often talk about the joys and fun of homeschooling, but there are times it’s a real challenge. If you’re in a challenging spot right now, Heidi from The Unexpected Homeschooler shares some solutions and encouragement to help you through it.
If your kids fight against math or writing assignments, there are ways to help! Debbie from Homeschooling Dietitian Mom has 10 tips and resources to help you teach these skills.
I hope these posts are a blessing to you!