Newsletter 22: Summer Homeschooling

We’ve realized over the years that there is a learning loss that occurs during the summer if children are left with no challenges. This is why we’ve brought together a collection of article designed to give you practical ideas for presenting summer learning opportunities in your homeschool. that are stress free and fun.

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Bucket Lists for Summer Fun

What’s on your bucket list for this summer? Studies show that putting your goals in writing gives you an 80-85% chance of achieving them. Bucket lists are all about joy - doing the things that make...

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Inspiration Station

Summer Homeschooling

When you hear “summer break” do you cringe? Would you rather keep going without taking off for the entire summer? Don’t fret; you’re not alone. Plenty of other homeschoolers keep right on...

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Organization Station

Setting Up for Summer Learning

If you’re going to homeschool this summer, you may find yourself feeling like you need an adjustment in your schoolroom. After all, you’ve been staring at the same tired decorations for a full...

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Tick Tock Time Management

Summer Schedule Tips

Just because it’s summer, it doesn’t mean you throw out all routine! People - especially children - thrive with routine and knowing what’s coming next. But how can you possibly organize your summer...

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