14 MORE Tips and Tricks for Homeschooling Families
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We’re all going through some crazy times; the good thing is, we’re going through them together. I wanted to take a moment to share encouragement, tips, and resources to make your day a little easier and brighter!
Dana from The Art Kit has some fun and innovative ways to teach your little ones about colors. You’ll love these activities, and they will too!
Check out these additional ideas from a few fellow bloggers:
If you need a bit of inspiration and humor, Charlene from Hess Un-Academy has a collection of quotes and memes you’ll love!
Sometimes it seems that no matter what we do, our kids aren’t all that anxious to get on board with assignments and such. This is especially true when routines are changed and things seem up in the air. Annette from In All You Do has some strategies and encouragement to help you!
If you’ve found yourself suddenly homeschooling – or you have friends or family in this situation – Yvie from Homeschool House has resources to help you! She has developed a free printable plan for every grade as well as a collection of free resources to get you started..
Right now, funds are tight for many families; homeschooling doesn’t have to be expensive, though! Sara from Heart and Soul Homeschooling shares some wonderful ways to delve into Charlotte Mason homeschooling on a budget.
Are you looking for new ways to get your homeschool schedule in order? Ana from They Call Me Blessed has some ideas you’ll love.
Having a tight budget doesn’t mean you can’t still thrive as a family – it means you need to get intentional and a bit creative. Abby from Making Room 4 One More shares some great strategies and encouragement in this podcast episode!
Do you have a child who struggles with speech delays? Brooke from The Fervent Mama shares some game-changing apps that may help, along with some great encouragement.
Now is a great time to get out into nature and do a bit of exploring “off the grid!” Sarita from An Off-Grid Life has some fun ways to use foraging to teach.
If you’re in the mood for some fun ways to teach math, Surya from Teach Me, I’m Yours has put together an awesome collection of gameschooling ideas! There’s enough here to keep your elementary kids busy and having fun.
Moms need encouragement, too. Clarissa from Clarissa R. West is offering a free Proverbs for Moms pack along with words of blessing.
If you have a kid that isn’t so sure they’re going to love reading, Joanie from Simple Living Mama has plenty of ideas and strategies to help!
Do you have kids that are going to be taking the ACT sometime soon? Dachelle from Hide the Chocolate has some great insights about using prep courses to improve their scores.
Whether you’re looking for ideas for right now or next fall, picking out a homeschool curriculum can be tough. Betty from Peace Creek on the Prairie has some tips and ideas to help!
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