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Welcome to another edition of the Homeschool Showcase! The homeschool showcase is where we spotlight all the best homeschooling, education, and fun posts of the past two weeks from some of the best homeschooling bloggers online!
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Advice from Experts: How to Settle into a Homeschool Routine
By now, most of you have started homeschooling for the year. But even if you’ve been back to school for a while, you may still be struggling to find a homeschool routine and find the best balance between homeschooling a work. Use these tips, projects, and advice offered by homeschooling bloggers to help guide you along your way!
At Schooling a Monkey, we’re doing a week-long series about apples this week! Follow the fun here.
Shelley from STEAM Powered family is offering her ideas for Books Suggestions And Ideas For The Young Advanced Reader. There are some great picks here!
Courtney from Mommy & Her Men is starting a new series about the fruit of the spirit, called 10 Days in the Fruits of the Spirit. It looks like a lot of fun!
Use these tips to help establish a homeschool routine that works for your family. It doesn’t matter if it looks like someone else’s routine, what matters is that it works for you!*****************
Shelley also has some fun idea for how to make circuit bugs in her post, Circuit Bugs – Crafting and science combine for a STEAM activity kids love! I know my kids would go nuts for this.
Colleen from Solagratiamom is sharing her family’s experience with a classical music group in her post, Schole’ in Practice Week.
I always love Cindy’s posts because they are always so educational. This post, Realistic Cave Paintings: An Ancient History Art Project, is no exception!
Do you participate in state fairs? That was huge for our famiyl when I was a kid. If you want to join the writing part of the fair, you won’t want to miss Kim’s post, State Fair Writing Prompts for Kids.
Sometimes it can be hard to find time for fun hands-on activities with your kids. That is why I’ve slowly been collecting easy and fun STEM activities that you can do at home with little to no prep.
I love hands-on math activities, and this game from Denise looks like such fun! New Hundred Chart Game: Odd-Even-Prime Race. She also has another math-themed post this week, Math with Many Right Answers, is also quite helpful!
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