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Welcome to 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!
No matter where you are in your homeschool journey, you can find a helpful tip or maybe even a lifesaving idea in each Homeschool Showcase collection.
Grab a coffee, scroll through the list, and prepare for some invaluable reading!
This edition of the Homeschool Showcase offers some great ideas on the essentials of homeschooling, planning for next year, and enjoying the rest of the summer!
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Here at Schooling a Monkey, we’re completing a whole series full of STEM activities for kids with a full 31 activities completed every day in July!
Ticia shares her kids’ favorite Mystery Books for Summer Reading, and there are some excellent books on her list! I favor classic mystery books, but there are some newer picks there, too!
If your kids love the ocean and sea creatures, then you won’t want to miss these ideas from Ticia about Ocean Animals for Kids.
Have a few extra minutes? Teach your kids about surface tension using just milk, food coloring, and dish soap!
Michelle from The Heart of Michelle shares 10 Items Absolutely Every Homeschooler Should Have. I so agree with a working printer!
Misty at Finding Joy in the Journey shows us a bit of what her working mom/homeschooling mom schedule looks like in her post A Day in the Life of a Work at Home, Homeschool Mom. I work at home too, so I sympathize with this busy schedule!
Misty also offers her thoughts on 3 Things Homeschooling Has Taught Me. What has homeschooling taught you?
Ticia also shares a Moon Unit Study she did with her children. My kids are both obsessed with the moon, so we may have to try some of these ideas soon!
Science is cooler when it’s slimy! Check out our recipe for scientific slime here.
Michelle offers compelling reasons for Why You Need a Traditional Homeschool Planner in this post. Are you an online or paper planner?
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