#SUMMER LEARNING

We homeschool with state requirements of 180 days of instruction for the school year. So, every May or June when we get to the 180th day, we celebrate with loud renditions of “School’s out…


The summer of 2020 may not end up being like any summer you are used to but that doesn’t mean that it can’t be packed full of fun, learning, and summer activities! With the advantages of…


While it can be tempting to spend all summer relaxing by the pool or in the backyard hammock without a care in the world, summertime is also a great opportunity for additional learning.  Whether…


This post is sponsored by Time4Learning.com “To break or not to break….  That is the question.”  As we approach the summer months, and our thoughts turn to outside activities and relaxation,…


Summer is near even though it feels like spring barely began! Many of our homeschooling programs and curricula are drawing to a close. With summer break almost upon us, are the impending endless…


Sponsored by Time4Learning.com With summer in full swing, there can be ample time on your child’s plate. While free time around the house can be fun for your child, keeping them learning…


Sponsored by Time4Writing.com Hip hip hooray, it’s summer! So, how do you keep your writers writing when the sunshine beckons? Well, the key is to keep things fun and relaxed. Yes, you can…


Writing skills can become weak when not practiced during downtime in the summer months. But, including summer writing activities doesn't have to be boring and can be a lot of fun! These ideas…


Summer is almost here, which means many of our homeschooling programs and curricula are drawing to a close.  With summer break almost upon us, are the impending endless days of freedom for your…


This post is sponsored by Laurel Springs. Believe it or not, the highly anticipated sunny days of summer are right around the corner. For some children, that might mean carefree days spent…