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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Hello lovely homeschooling parents! It’s time for another round of homeschooling advice from homeschooling experts in the Homeschool Showcase! Grab your favorite beverage of choice, put the kids down for a nap (or wait until they go to bed), and get ready for creative learning ideas and refreshing ideas that will encourage you and help you be the homeschooling parents you were always meant to be!
Practical Homeschooling Tips from the Experts
Whether this is your first year or 10th year homeschooling, there is always something to learn. This week, the expert parents in the Homeschool Showcase are sharing their practical homeschooling advice with you!
Do you have a kid who hates math this year? These Easy Ways to Make Math Fun may be just the thing you need!
Learning about seasons is a lot of fun. I love this post, Autumn Equinox – Kid Activities To Celebrate The Changing Seasons from Shelley at STEAM-Powered Family!
Crystal from Science Kiddo shares some helpful tips on Building a Homeschool Network.
Cindy from Our Journey Westword has some excellent resources on Using Picture Books to Teach Biography Writing, even for older kids!
If you have a child with ADHD, then you won’t want to miss Betsy’s post on Homeschooling Kids with ADHD.
If you have a preschooler (although Monkey loves this game, too), then take a few seconds to print this Fall-Themed Memory Game for Preschool. It’s a lot of fun!*****************
Betsy also shares these neat Reading Focus Cards – Help for All Ages.
Tonia from The Sunny Patch has some fun, and tasty-looking Easy No Bake Recipes for Kids that they can make alone!
Do you have a child with learning differences? Don’t mist this post filled with Expert Advice for Homeschooling Kids with Learning Differences.
Shelley from STEAM-Powered Family has an amazing post on how to Build Your Own Tinker Space. I love her ideas!
Let us know which post was your favorite in the comments!
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